Grand Union Canal
Bridge built in 1820
Grade II Statutory Listed.
In Grand Union Canal and Boston Manor Conservation Area.
English Heritage Listing
Probably by Thomas Telford.
Single span iron footbridge with yellow brick abutments. Dated 1820 and cast at Horseley Iron Works near Birmingham
Carries the Grand Union Canal towpath from the west to the eastern bank at the northern end of the Boston Manor Estate.
The bridge, with Grand Union Canal insignia, has a rough surface to enable canal horses to grip it. It may have taken its name from a man found hanged in Boston Manor woods, c. 17th century.
Bridge on Canal Plan