Bridges On The Aln

LITTLE RYLE FORD FOOTBRIDGE

A footbridge just upstream from an Irish ford which allows crossing in the event of high river levels when the ford is impractical for pedestrians. It was previously called Red Doors and was built at a cost of 149 19s 8d. It is part of a minor road between Little Ryle and Great Ryle.













 Little Ryle Ford Footbridge Facts
Constructed - 1961
Type - beam, twin steel girders (rolled steel joist (RSJ), concrete infill between beams.
Position: Little Ryle, Northumberland.
Grid Ref: NU 021 115

 Little Ryle Ford Footbridge






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