List number: 1370314
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY7054063755

Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge


The pedestrian bridge (a former road bridge) over the River South Tyne at Haltwhistle was built in 1875. It was constructed with wrought-iron arches and cast-iron parapets, designed by G.G. Page and built by Stansfield and Son.[1] The bridge is Grade II listed.

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Tyne Bridge (3)

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Tyne Bridge

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Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge

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Tyne Bridge (4)

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The River South Tyne downstream of Tyne Bridge (4)

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Underneath the Tyne Bridge (2)

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Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge

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River South Tyne and Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge

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HALTWHISTLE TYNE BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Road bridge (now pedestrian only) over River South Tyne. 1875, designed by G.G. Page and built by Stansfield and Son (see inscription on inner west face of north end ...

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River South Tyne
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River South Tyne
- The River South Tyne rises high in the North Pennines at Tynehead Fell in Cumbria and flows in a roughly north-easterly direction to Warden Rock, near Hexham, where it joins the ...
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