Reference numberJS/4/137v
TitleStone-Arch Bridge, Hexham, Northumberland
DescriptionProjection of part of Hexham bridge shewing the true method of forming the elliptical arches
Elevation, scale 1:96. Ink. Signed 1777
Inscribed; For the explanation see letter to Mr Pickernell, 14 L.S. page 15
Inscribed in the hand of John Farey; Printed Reports II, 268

[Mr Pickernell was the Clerk of Works]
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPaper, ink
Access statusOpen
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