Yarm Bridge


In c.1400 Bishop Skirlaw of Durham built this stone bridge across the River Tees. The bridge was widened at a later date. It is still in use as a road bridge connecting Yarm and Egglescliffe. The bridge is Grade 2* Listed. It is in close proximity to the Yarm Railway Viaduct
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The stone road bridge at Yarm

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Two Bridges and the River Tees

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Bridge & viaduct

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Yarm Bridge with Yarm Viaduct Upstream

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YARM BRIDGE OVER RIVER TEES - List Entry
- "On the common boundary of the Parishes of Egglescliffe and Yarm and previously listed on 23 June 1966 in the Parish of Yarm. Circa 1400 for Bishop Skirlaw of Durham ...

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Yarm Railway Viaduct
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Yarm Railway Viaduct
- The railway viaduct over the River Tees between the towns of Yarm and Egglescliffe was built for the Leeds Northern Railway between 1849 and 1851, and officially opened on the 15th ...
Yarm
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Yarm
- Overview History Map Street View Yarm is a town on the south bank of the River Tees in North Yorkshire, and became part of the unitary authority of Stockton-on-Tees in 1996. Yarm ...
Egglescliffe
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Egglescliffe
- Overview Map Street View Egglescliffe is a village in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees. It is situated on a hill by the River Tees, with Yarm nearby on the opposite bank ...
Walter Skirlaw (d. 1406)
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Walter Skirlaw (d. 1406)
- Overview About Walter Skirlaw Walter Skirlaw was Bishop of Durham from 1388 until he died on 24th March 1406. Skirlaw was also a diplomat and advisor to King Richard II ...
River Tees
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River Tees
- Overview Bridges Further Information The Tees is one of the major rivers in the North of England. It rises on Cross Fell in the North Pennines, and flows 137 km ...
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Yarm Bridge 4

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Yarm Bridge

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Yarm Bridge

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Yarm Bridge

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Yarm Bridge

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Yarm Bridge

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