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Bellasis Bridge


Bellasis Bridge carries Green Lane over the River Blyth. It is located about half a mile souuth-west of the Bellasis and 2 miles south-west from Stannington. The bridge was built in the 16th or 17th century, with it's parapet repaired in the 18th century. The bridge is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and also Grade II listed.[1]
Bellasis Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stannington Civil Parish River Blyth Bridges
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Bellasis Bridge

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Bellasis Bridge

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Bellasis Bridge,

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Bellasis Bridge

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Bellasis Bridge

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BELLASIS BRIDGE, OVER THE RIVER BLYTH - List Entry
- "Bridge, probably C16 or C17 with parapet rebuilt C18. Squared stone. Hogback bridge with double-chamfered segmental arch with similar but smaller unchamfered flood arch on south. Between arches a triangular ...

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List number: 1370762
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ1902177666

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