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Monk's Bridge

Monk's Bridge is a wooden bridge over the River Aln in Hulne Park, near Alnwick, built in 1901. The wooden rails are suppored stone abutments from an earlier bridge of c.1854.[1

Hulne Park River Aln 1901 Bridges
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Monk's Bridge and weir

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- "Monk's Bridge is a wooden bridge and is suitable for vehicles. It replaced an older stone bridge of about 1854. There are wooden rails and a central pier with substantial …

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