Bridges On The Blyth


This little wooden footbridge is quite obscure and is situated about half mile west of Bellasis Bridge. There is a track leading off the road just north of Bellasis Bridge which goes through a wood and crosses a wooden bridge over a minor stream. Nearby is Pont Ends plantation, linked by the footbridge to the north side of the river. Whinneyhill farm is a little to the north. The bridge has an oval plate affixed with the date 1981 and the emblem of a cockerel over a cow.

 Pont Ends Footbridge Facts

Constructed - 1981
Type - beam, steel girders and guard rails, wooden pathway.
Position: west of Bellasis Bridge, Northumberland.
Grid Ref: NZ 184 777
 Pont Ends Footbridge

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