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East Thickley Bridge


East Thickley Bridge (footbridge) is located a short distance east of Locomotion: the National Railway Museum at Shildon. The accommodation bridge crosses Shildon sidings and the former Stockton and Darlington Railway. It was built in 1857 by Harris of Stockton.  The original two left sections are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

East Thickley Locomotion - Railway Museum at Shildon 1857 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Shildon Bridges
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East Thickley Footbridge

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East Thickley Footbridge

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Locomotion at East Thickley bridge

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View From East Thickley Bridge

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East Thickley Bridge

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Bridge over railway near to Shildon (2)

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NORTH SECTION OF RAILWAY BRIDGE, 150 METRES SOUTH OF EAST THICKLEY GRANGE - List Entry
- "2 left sections of accommodation bridge across Shildon sidings. 1857 by Harris of Stockton. Sandstone and brick piers. Cast-iron bridge span. 2 hammer-dressed stone piers with rock-faced quoins and brick ...

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List number: 1121501
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ2412425493

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