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Roman Bridge at Corbridge


The Romans built a bridge at Corbridge to carry Dere Street (the Roman road from York to Scotland) over the River Tyne. Remains of the southern end of the bridge are still visible on the banks of the Tyne, and at least six bridge supports remain on the riverbed.[1]

Corbridge River Tyne Corbridge Roman Town and Fort Dere Street
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Corbridge Roman Bridge

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Corbridge Roman Bridge Information Board

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Roman bridge at Corbridge

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Roman bridge, Corbridge

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Roman building blocks at Corbridge

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Roman Bridge (Corbridge)
- "The remains of the Roman bridge that carried Dere Street over the Tyne are still to be seen by the river. The southern end of the bridge lies in shallow ...

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Corbridge Roman Town and Fort
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Corbridge Roman Town and Fort
- Overview About Corbridge Roman Fort/Town Map Street View  Corstopitum Coria was a fort and town 2.5 miles (4.0 km) south of Hadrian's Wall, in the Roman province of Britannia at a ...

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Keys to the Past HER: N9022
Grid ref: NY983644

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