Bridges On The Tweed


Just north of where the Stanhope Burn flows into the Tweed this bridge is found just a little distance off the A701 road. It is quite a substantial and strong bridge and gives access to a farm.

To the north about one and a half miles there appears to be a small bridge, not easily accessible, at the foot of the hill named Logan Head. Grid Ref: NT 124 323.

 Easter Stanhope Bridge Facts

Constructed - not known
Type - beam, concrete, 2 piers, iron railings.
Position: Easter Stanhope, Peebleshire, Scotland.
Grid Ref: NT 121 303
 Easter Stanhope Bridge

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