Ringley Old Bridge

Local nameRingley Old Bridge
LocationMetropolitan Borough of Bolton, UK

Ringley Old Bridge is an ancient stone bridge in Kearsley near Bolton, England which crosses the River Irwell, linking Ringley with Stoneclough. It has two large semi-circular arches, and a third smaller arch, for the tow path. It is a Grade II* structure, listed on 19 August 1986.It was built in 1677, at a cost of £500. It replaced a wooden bridge, swept away by flood in 1673.

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

Address 6 Fold Road, Bolton M26 1EU, United Kingdom

Coordinates 53°32'38.168" N -2°21'31.476" E

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