Bridge, (fr. pont): when this charge occurs, the number of its arches, and all its other peculiarities, should be carefully noticed in the blazon. The charge occurs in the insignia of several towns, e.g. BIDEFORD, BRIDGWATER, GRAMPOUND, &c.
Gules, a bridge of one arch argent, masoned sable, with a stream transfluent proper--BRIDGE, Scotland.
Gules, three bridges of as many arches .. CRAIG, Ireland.
Azure, a bridge of two arches argent--POUNT.
Or, on a bridge of three arches gules, masoned sable, the streams transfluent proper, a fane argent--TROWBRIDGE, Wilts. [Another, the field argent, the flag or. Another, as above, a tower gules, thereon a fane argent.]