SK 5724 0207 - Height 16'11", Span 25'8"
Bridge 383 was a single brick arch bridge which carried an occupation road over the line. It has now been largely demolished and only the two abutments remain. The remaining brickwork is quite decorative with alternate courses being in contrasting shades of brick. Nothing is visible from the Great Central Way which today passes over the line - one has to venture into the undergrowth to find the abutments. To the south is Bridge 384, the four arch viaduct over the River Biam. To the north is the infilled Bridge 382.
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