The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 5 > Archaeological Investigations at Woolbeding Bridge, W. Sussex
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Archaeological Investigations at Woolbeding Bridge, W. Sussex

Major refurbishments to a 16th century bridge at Woolbeding, W. Sussex, provided a rare opportunity for a fully integrated, documentary archaeological and structural examination of an important historic bridge. This was managed by Gifford & Partners on behalf of W. Sussex County Council. The project was subsequently awarded a Civic Trust commendation. Janet Miller and Mathew Austin

Author(s): Miller, Janet;Austin, Mathew

Keywords: archaeology;16th century;arch bridges;masonry;stone;repairing;restoring;history