|Beginning of works:||1400|
Durham, County Durham, North East England, England, United Kingdom
|Coordinates:||54° 46' 33.83" N 1° 34' 40.80" W|
|number of spans||2 x 27 m|
Rebuilt after being damaged by flooding.
Restricted to pedestrians.
The bridge originally had towers and gates at each end for defence. These were removed by the mid 18th century as traffic increased.
Currently there is no information available about persons or companies having participated in this project.
Relevant Web Sites
- The Bridges of Northumberland and Durham. United Kingdom (United Kingdom), pp. 9. (1975):
- Bridges of the River Wear. The People's History Ltd, United Kingdom (United Kingdom). :
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