|Bridge Name:||Collins Bridge|
|Build Date:||18th/19th Century|
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|Description:||GV II Bridge spanning the River Yeo to the east of Congresbury. Probably late-C18 or early-C19. Local stone cut and squared. It has a single span arch of approximately 7m consisting of a single row of voussoirs on either side. There is no parapet: whether one existed is unclear.
HISTORY: This bridge is situated on a footpath that crosses the River Yeo. It is one of three small-scale bridges located in close proximity to each other which span the river to the east and south east of the village. Collins Bridge is shown on the 1885 Ordnance Survey map and was probably constructed in the late-C18 or early-C19. (1)
|1. Historic England Listed Structure|