Scotswood Suspension Bridge (1831 - 1967)


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003377:Scotswood Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1931

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38674a:Scotswood Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1967

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050923:Scotswood Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1907

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026090: Scotswood Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1901

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062237:Scotswood Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1890

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069206: Blaydon Races Centenary Procession, Scotswood, 1962

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051145:Scotswood Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1910

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38674b: Scotswood Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne, Jimmy Forsyth, 1967

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John Green (1787 - 1852)
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John Green (1787 - 1852)
- Overview About John and Benjamin Green John Green (1787 - 1852) was a civil engineer and architect based in Newcastle. He worked in partnership with his son Benjamin Green. Some ...
Whorlton Suspension Bridge
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Whorlton Suspension Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The toll bridge over the River Tees at Whorlton, County Durham, was opened in 1831. It was designed by John and Benjamin Green of Newcastle, who ...
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Tyne and Wear HER(4133): Scotswood Road Bridge (old)
- "The present Scotswood Road Bridge is a bowstring girder bridge built in 1967 to a design approved by the Royal Fine Art Commission. Its predecessor, however was a much more ...

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Scotswood Bridge looking north

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Toll Gate on Scotswood Bridge. The date is probably earlier than 1910 as toll payments were cancelled around 1907.

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Aerial view of Scotswood showing the railway bridge, Adamsez' Works and Denton Dene

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