Bridges On The Tweed


At the small settlement of Tweedsmuir is this bridge, crossing the Tweed at a narrow point through a rocky gorge. Built by James and Alexander Noble it has been much reconstructed and has a 9.2 metre span. It is on the remote unclassified road off the A701 leading through the hills to St Mary's Loch via the Talla and Megget reservoirs. Category B Listed.

 Carlow's Bridge, Tweedsmuir Facts

Constructed - 1783
Type - arch, stone.
Position: Tweedsmuir, Peebleshire, Scotland.
Grid Ref: NT 098 244
 Carlow's Bridge, Tweedsmuir

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