A Bridge Too Far...

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The river flows underneath. The bridge is all iron spanning the gap with stone abutments at each side.
You can just see the top of one bottom right of this pic.


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NewcastleFalcon wrote: 02 May 2024, 17:30 Image

The river flows underneath. The bridge is all iron spanning the gap with stone abutments at each side.
You can just see the top of one bottom right of this pic.


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Thanks - now it makes sense. I'm not used to a bridge deck growing grass :) .
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I don't suppose there will be much left of this.
Photo taken in 1968.
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Couple of bridges on the Falcon tour of S Northumberland/NW Durham
An obvious Photogenic Bridge over the River Derwent Blanchland Northumberland
An obvious Photogenic Bridge over the River Derwent Blanchland Northumberland
A seek and you will find bridge <br />Mugglewick and Derwent Gorge Woods<br />Nature reserve
A seek and you will find bridge
Mugglewick and Derwent Gorge Woods
Nature reserve
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Armidillo wrote: 02 May 2024, 22:43
NewcastleFalcon wrote: 02 May 2024, 17:30 Image
The river flows underneath. The bridge is all iron spanning the gap with stone abutments at each side.
You can just see the top of one bottom right of this pic.
Thanks - now it makes sense. I'm not used to a bridge deck growing grass :) .
I returned to the scene today Alec...view of the bridge from the river's point of view :-D
River Browney Rail Bridge Malton Co.Durham
River Browney Rail Bridge Malton Co.Durham
&quot;Named&quot;  brick found in the River<br />&quot;M C&quot; refers to Malton Colliery which had an associated Brickworks.<br />Quite a rare find in &quot;named brick&quot; enthusiast circles
"Named" brick found in the River
"M C" refers to Malton Colliery which had an associated Brickworks.
Quite a rare find in "named brick" enthusiast circles
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Re: A Bridge Too Far...

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Who would have thought an iron bridge could blend into the landscape like that!