Bridges On The Blyth


This bridge lies on the Belsay to Bolam road and though originally of masonry, it was extended at each end with concrete arches in 1929. There is a metal barrier at the east end arch to prevent animal movements along the river. The road undulates up and down hill in farmland.

 Blyth Bridge East Facts

Constructed -not known, extended 1929
Type - arch, masonry and concrete.
Position: 1 mile north of Belsay, Northumberland.
Grid Ref: NZ 095 799
 Blyth Bridge East

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