Bridges On The Tweed


This is the first bridge on the River Tweed and is little more than a few wooden planks or sleepers laid across the very narrow burn. It is on a track off the A701 which passes hill farm buildings as it descends into the valley. This is sheep country and is quite close to the river's source at Tweed's Well. There are forests on both sides of the road nearby.

 Tweedshaws Bridge Facts

Constructed - not known
Type -beam, girder, stone abutments.
Position: Tweedshaws, Peebleshire, Scotland.
Grid Ref: NT 052 149
 Tweedshaws Bridge

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