Sunderland Bridge (bridge)


This stone bridge across the River Wear near the village of Sunderland Bridge, Croxdale, dates from the 14th Century. The bridge has undergone several rebuilds, with the end arches rebuilt in 1770 and the parapets widened in 1822.[1] It is Grade 1 listed. The bridge originally carried the Great North Road (A1), until the growing volume of traffic led to rerouting of the A1 and the building of Croxdale Bridge to the east.

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Sunderland Bridge over the River Wear near Durham City
- Sunderland Bridge over the River Wear near Durham City, taken by Peter Hughes on Saturday 30 June 2007. The photo is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 ...

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River Wear in flood, Croxdale

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Sunderland Bridge

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Peaceful reflections in the River Wear

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SUNDERLAND BRIDGE - Croxdale - List Entry
- "Road bridge over River Wear. Probably C14, end arches rebuilt 1770, parapet widened 1822, C19 end walls. Dressed sandstone. Both faces similar. 4 semicircular arches: double-chamfered central pair on 5 ...

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Historical Account of Sunderland Bridge, 1848
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Historical Account of Sunderland Bridge, 1848
- Extract from: A Topographical Dictionary of England comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate and market towns, parishes, and townships..... 7th Edition, by Samuel Lewis, London, 1848. SUNDERLAND-BRIDGE, a township, ...

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