Handyside Bridge

Local nameHandyside Bridge
LocationDerby, UK

Handyside Bridge, also known as Derwent Bridge, is a former railway bridge in Darley Abbey, Derbyshire, England, built by Andrew Handyside & Co. that was converted to a foot bridge in 1976.

It is a riveted, wrought iron, Tied-arch bridge at the entrance to Darley Park in Derby spanning the River Derwent and was part of the Great Northern Railway Derbyshire Extension popularly known as the Friargate Line. The next station was Friargate Station with another Bridge, also built by Andrew Handyside.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handyside_Bridge

Address (Unnamed Road), Derby DE1 3, United Kingdom

Coordinates 52°55'51.354" N -1°28'38.852" E

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