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Shilvington Bridge


Shilvington Bridge carries a minor road over the River Blyth, located roughly half way between Ogle and Shilvington in Northumberland. The stone bridge was built in the 18th Century. Shilvington Bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.
Shilvington River Blyth Bridges
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Shilvington Bridge

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Shilvington Bridge

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Shilvington Bridge

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River Blyth

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SHILVINGTON BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Bridge, probably of C18 date. DESCRIPTION Road bridge constructed from squared stone. It has a 3-centred arch with arch ring and keystone. There is a further segmental flood arch, with ...

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List number: 1237518
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ1490279852

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