Bewick Bridge


The stone road bridge near Old Bewick in Northumberland was built in the early 19th century, or possibly earlier. There is also a small hamlet by the bridge, taking the name Bewick Bridge. It is at this point where the name of the river changes! Upstream it is known as the River Breamish, downstream of the bridge it is known as the River Till. Bewick Bridge is Grade II listed.

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Bewick Bridge

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Bewick Bridge

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Crossing Bewick Bridge

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Bewick Bridge

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Cottages at Bewick Bridge

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The River Till from Bewick Bridge

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BEWICK BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Bridge. Early C19. Coursed dressed stone. Single span. Wide arch slightly recessed. Parapet, which is completely plain and quite thin, splays out at either end."

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