Structure / Site Summary for 235300

Bridge SAC/2 - Anley / A65 (PROW - road)

Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: Western elevation view (1)

Key details from the SCRCA Structure Record

Brief description: Bridge SAC/2 - Anley / A65 (PROW - road)

Assessment status: Assessed

Location 1 - Rail-miles: 235

Location 2 - Chains: 26.00

Location 3 - Position relative to main running lines (tracks): Below

Is a structure of this type shown at this location on the MR 1911 landplan?: Yes

Construction / installation period: MR-C

Current Use: Railway ops

Visibility: Visible

Accessibility (ease of access): Easy


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1: Context views

30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: Context view from the North     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: Context view from the South (1)     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: Context view from the South (2)     

2: Elevation views

20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: Elevation view from the north     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: Elevation view from the north west     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: Elevation view from the south east     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: Elevation view from the west     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: Elevation view from the west     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: South-eastern elevation view     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: Western elevation view (1)     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: Western elevation view (2)     
Early 1980s
 Bridge SAC/2 (A65 road): South-east elevation view (1980s)     

3: Detail views

20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the east     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the north east     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the north east     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the north east     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the north east     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the west     
20 April 2013
Bridge SAC/2 A65: detail view from the west     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: North abutment     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: North-west wing wall (1)     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: North-west wing wall (2)     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: North-west wing wall (3)     
30 April 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 road: South-west wing wall     

4: Cab-views

30 August 2012
Bridge SAC/2 - A65 (PROW - road)     

Primary / Secondary References

Plate 166 shows under bridge no 288 (/scrca/structure-summary/288330) in October 1964.  It was strengthened in 1904 in line with the Midland Railway decision to upgrade the line.  The wrought-iron members were supplemented by the addition of a steel centre girder, connected to the cross-girders by steel hanger bolts.

This type of bridge is similar to Bridge no 2 at Anley (Plate 6) but the need for extensive wing walls with relieving arches does not exist here.


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