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Bridge at Chew Green

The small concrete bridge over the River Coquet, near the remains of Chew Green Roman Fort, was built in 1968.[1] It is the first bridge over the river near it's source. It is in a remote location near the Scottish boarder, on the Otterburn Military Training Area.

Alwinton River Coquet Bridges
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Bridge over Chew Sike

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Bridge over the River Coquet near Chew Green

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- "....The bridge here is located at one of the most isolated places on any road in Britain. It is surrounded by the Cheviots which rise steeply from the valley and …

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Otterburn Ranges

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Chew Green, Roman Fort sign, Upper Coquet

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