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Stone Footbridge over Debdon Burn


This stone humped bridge crosses the Debdon Burn on the Cragside estate, south of the Iron Bridge. It was built in the late 19th century for Lord Armstrong. It is located on the main path from Cragside to the conservatories and gardens at Cragside Park House. The bridge is Grade II listed.[1]

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Footbridge, Cragside Estate

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Northumberland Landscape : Humped Footbridge, Cragside Estate

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An ornamental footbridge at Cragside

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STONE BRIDGE ACROSS THE DEBDON BURN 220 METRES SOUTH WEST OF CRAGSIDE - List Entry
- "Footbridge. Third quarter of Cl9, for Lord Armstrong. Rock-faced stone and dressings. Hogback bridge with single segmental arch; the low parapets each have a series of circular sinkings, probably for ...

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Debdon Burn
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Debdon Burn
- Debdon Burn is a small river which is a tributary of the River Coquet in Northumberland. It feeds Debdon Lake and Tumbleton Lake as it flows south through the Cragside ...

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List number: 1371052
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0717202044

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