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Bywell Bridge

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Fine detailing of arch masonry
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Note how pairs of arch stones meet the horizontal courses
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'Aerodynamic' detailing!

Carries the B3609 across the River Tyne at Stocksfield, between Hexham and Newcastle. It is 2.5 miles west of Ovingham Bridge.

A beautifully designed and constructed road bridge, which merits close study. There are five arches.

Built 1836-8 at the expense of T. W. Beaumont.

Architect George Basevi.

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