Bridges On The Tweed


"A beautiful red sandstone bridge of fifteen segmental arches with Doric columns on many of the cutwaters."

The Buildings Of England, Northumberland. Nikolaus Pevsner. 1992.

A concrete bridge on a track leading off the A701 which continues along the hillside after crossing the bridge. The official name is not known but it is near Grange Hill, a hill to the west. The Tweed here is only a few feet wide and the area feels very remote, and is heavily wooded to the west of the road.

 Grange Hill Bridge Facts

Constructed - not known
Type -beam, concrete, iron railings.
Position: Grange Hill, Peebleshire, Scotland.
Grid Ref: NT 068 219
 Grange Hill Bridge

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