Haydon Bridge Viaduct

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Haydon Bridge Viaduct
Carries Road
Crosses River South Tyne
Locale Northumberland, England
Design beam
Material concrete
Number of spans four
Inaugurated 2009
Coordinates 54°58′16″N 2°15′47″W / 54.971°N 2.263°W / 54.971; -2.263Coordinates: 54°58′16″N 2°15′47″W / 54.971°N 2.263°W / 54.971; -2.263
Haydon Bridge Viaduct is located in Northumberland
Haydon Bridge Viaduct
Red pog.svg Haydon Bridge Viaduct shown within Northumberland
grid reference NY830642

The Haydon Bridge Viaduct carries the A69 road across both the Newcastle upon Tyne to Carlisle railway and the River South Tyne half a mile West of Haydon Bridge.

History[edit]

Construction, which was undertaken by CVC Highway Solutions (a joint venture between Volker Stevin and Hanson Contracting (formerly Cumbrian Industrials) and their design partner Capita Symonds),[1] started in January 2007 and the bridge opened on 25 March 2009.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Final Lift Completes 800 Tonne Viaduct". 12 October 2008. Retrieved 15 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "South Tyne - Haydon Bridge - South Tyne Viaduct". Retrieved 15 December 2013. 


Next crossing upstream River South Tyne Next crossing downstream
Lipwood Railway Bridge  Haydon Bridge Viaduct
Grid reference: NY830642
Old Haydon Bridge


Next road crossing upstream River South Tyne Next road crossing downstream
Ridley Bridge  Haydon Bridge Viaduct
Grid reference: NY830642
New Haydon Bridge