Bridges On The Tweed


Just west of the confluence of the Tweed with the Manor Water, on an unclassified road linking the A72 with areas south of the River Tweed, this bridge replaced a ford. It was built by Blyth and Cunningham and is a wide bridge set in wooded countyrside. There are paths on the south side. Category B Listed.

 Manor Bridge Facts

Constructed - 1883
Type - 5 arches, stone.
Position: near Peebles, Peebleshire, Scotland.
Grid Ref: NT 229 395
 Manor Bridge

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