Structure / Site Summary for 264580

Bridge SAC/169 - Fothergill Sike / Fothergill Syphon (culvert 8' 0" diam)

Bridge 169 - Fothergill Sike: Elevation view from West

Key details from the SCRCA Structure Record

Brief description: Bridge SAC/169 - Fothergill Sike / Fothergill Syphon (culvert 8' 0" diam)

Assessment status: Assessed

Location 1 - Rail-miles: 264

Location 2 - Chains: 47.50

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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Primary / Secondary References

Plate 110 is a view of Bridge 169 which is just north of the north end of Birkett Tunnel.  Called Fothergill Syphon by the Engineering Department or Fothergill Sike by the Estate Department.  The bridge has a 7ft span with relieving arches in the spandrel wall.


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