Een driepuntsbrug op De Horte bij Dalfsen

The first addition to my ‘triple bridges’ map in almost five years is the one at De Horte, near Dalfsen. It is shown on a survey map dated c1820, but could it have been created just after 1800, around the time of the one at Den Alerdinck, not even five kilometers to the south of De Horte?

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Summary

The first addition to my ‘triple bridges’ map in almost five years is the one at De Horte, near Dalfsen. It is shown on a survey map dated c1820, but could it have been created just after 1800, around the time of the one at Den Alerdinck, not even five kilometers to the south of De Horte?

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A triple bridge at Den Alerdinck

Den Alerdinck is the next northern example of the triple bridge. It was designed c1800, possibly by G.A. Blum(e) (1765-1827).

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Den Alerdinck is the next northern example of the triple bridge. It was designed c1800, possibly by G.A. Blum(e) (1765-1827).

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