List grade: 1
List number: 1371161
Keys to the Past HER: N11317
Grid ref: NZ1379698511

Weldon Bridge - Bridge


The stone bridge over the River Coquet at Weldon Bridge was built c.1760[1] The bridge has 3 arches and distinctive circular openings between the arches. It is thought to have been designed by John Smeaton and is similar to Coldstream Bridge, also designed by him.[2] The bridge is Grade I listed.

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Bridge crossing the River Coquet at Weldon

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Weldon Bridge

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Weldon Bridge spans the River Coquet

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Weldon Bridge with River Coquet in spate

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Weldon Bridge, Weldon

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Weldon Bridge

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Angler's Arms, Weldon

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Weldon Bridge over River Coquet

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WELDON BRIDGE, OVER RIVER COQUET AND WALL TO NORTH-WEST - List Entry
- "Bridge and wall, c.1760. Probably by John Smeaton. Squared stone. 3 segmental arches with slightly-recessed voussoirs and stepped keystones. Large keyed oculus between southern arches; smaller semicircular- arches of ...

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Weldon Bridge (Longhorsley; Brinkburn and Hesleyhurst)
- "Weldon Bridge was built in the 18th century, in about 1760. It was probably designed by John Smeaton and looks similar to Coldstream Bridge which was also designed by him ...

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Weldon Bridge

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