Rede Bridge, Redesmouth


Rede Bridge over the River Rede, is located about half a mile north of Redesmouth in Northumberland (not to be confused with the downstream Redesmouth Bridge). The stone bridge was built in 1715 and is a Grade II listed structure.

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Rede Bridge from the north

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Rede Bridge

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Rede Bridge and the River Rede

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River Rede Valley and Rede Bridge

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Rede bridge

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Rede Bridge

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Rede Bridge over the River Rede

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Old Bridge Marker

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Weir at Rede Bridge

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Rede Bridge C 900 Yards North of Redesmouth - List Entry
- "Bridge. 1715. Dressed stone. Slightly hump-backed bridge of 2 broad segmental arches framed by arch bands. Triangular cutwaters. Very low flood arch at north end. Plain parapet with chamfered coping....."

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