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Causey Burn


Causey Burn is a small river in County Durham. It is a tributary of Beamish Burn, which flows into the River Team, eventually discharging in the River Tyne. Causey Arch, built in 1726, crosses Causey Burn.

Beamish Burn Causey Arch
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Causey Burn

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Footbridge over Causey Burn

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Bobgins Burn

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Causey Arch and Footbridge across the Causey Burn

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Causey Burn Culvert

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Causey Burn,Causey Gill

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Causey Arch

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Causey Arch
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Causey Arch
- Overview History Map Causey Arch bridge near Tanfield was built by the Grand Allies in 1726 and is renowned to be the world's oldest surviving single-arch railway bridge. Horse-drawn wagons ...

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