List number: 1041932
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU0589501598

Rothbury Bridge


The road bridge over the River Coquet at Rothbury was originally built in 1460. The bridge is Grade II listed. The bridge was badly damaged during storms and required extensive repairs and remodelling costing £3.7m; it was officially reopened by the Duchess of Northumberland on the 14th of December 2012.

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Rothbury Bridge

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Rothbury Bridge

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Rothbury Bridge

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Plaque on Rothbury Bridge

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Rothbury Bridge

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Work on Rothbury Bridge

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Rothbury Bridge over The Coquet

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The B6342 crosses the River Coquet

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Rothbury bridge

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Rothbury Bridge

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Bridge in Rothbury

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Coquet Bridge, Rothbury

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Extending crane working on the bridge reconstruction

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Bridge work, Rothbury

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Duchess cuts ribbon to end Rothbury's bridge wait
- The Journal 15th December, 2012. "THE Duchess of Northumberland yesterday cut the ribbon on a country village’s historic bridge after a three-year makeover. The Duchess was at Rothbury to ...

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Temporary footbridge, Rothbury

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