Winston Bridge


The bridge over the River Tees near Winston in Counry Durham was built in 1762-1763, designed by Sir Thomas Robinson[1]. The bridge is notable for its 112ft wide arch and it was one of the few bridges over the Tees not to have been destroyed in the Great Flood of 1771. Today the bridge carries the B6274 road. It is Grade II* listed.

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Winston Bridge from the South

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Winston bridge over the River Tees

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Downstream River Tees (1975)

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WINSTON BRIDGE, OVER THE RIVER TEES - List Entry
- "Road bridge, 1762-3 by Sir Thomas Robinson. Squared sandstone with ashlar voussoirs. Slightly-recessed round arch spans 34 metres, and is now stabilised by 8 iron tie rods and plates. Raking ...

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Barforth, County Durham
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Barforth, County Durham
- Overview About Barforth Map Street View Barforth is a hamlet and a civil parish near Gainford in County Durham. Barforth was a manor during medieval times and there are remains ...

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