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Carriage way and avenue built by Edward Poole to connect his residence Homend with his cousin in Canon Frome Court
Milestone. Early C19. Sandstone block with rounded head bearing incised inscription, "To Ledbury 7 miles Leominster 15 miles".
4 similar stone bridges built when road was turnpiked and widened in 1938. The Northern most is by Watery lane. Stretton Grandison bridge N of Canon Frome Bridge no longer acts as a bridge
culvert taking drainage ditch through the embankment of the Hereford Gloucester Canal across the Frome Valley
Complex site subject of recent archaeological excavation of disused corn mill and where River Lodon supplied mill as well as Hereford and Gloucester canal and where bridal way crossed canal and river
Shown on 6" OS map and also Stretton Grandison Inclosure map 1815 as belonging to Edward Poole. Used as rubbish dump and grassed over in 1950s would have quarried Raglan sandstone