a medieval packhorse bridge at Allerford, with two arches spanning the river Aller.
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- PACKHORSE BRIDGE (Medieval - 1066 AD to 1539 AD)
a medieval packhorse bridge at Allerford, with two arches spanning the river Aller.The width of the path is over 1m, it is cobbled and the parapets are local stone. The central pier has a cutwater on the upriver side. The ford, also on the upriver side, is deep even when the river is apparently low.
- SZN48220 - Unpublished document: Isabel Richardson. 2001. Archaeological Survey of the Holnicote Estate, Somerset.
Other Statuses and References
- ENA3149 - Field Survey, Archaeological Survey of the Holnicote Estate 2001