New Haydon Bridge

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New Haydon Bridge
Bridge at Haydon Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 1310800.jpg
New Haydon Bridge
Carries Road
Crosses River South Tyne
Locale Northumberland, England
Design beam
Material concrete
Number of spans five
Inaugurated 1970
Coordinates 54°58′25″N 2°14′46″W / 54.9735°N 2.246°W / 54.9735; -2.246Coordinates: 54°58′25″N 2°14′46″W / 54.9735°N 2.246°W / 54.9735; -2.246
New Haydon Bridge is located in Northumberland
New Haydon Bridge
Red pog.svg New Haydon Bridge shown within Northumberland
grid reference NY844644

The New Haydon Bridge is a bridge across the River South Tyne providing access to and from the village of Haydon Bridge.

History[edit]

The bridge, which was built by Kier Group and was at that time intended to carry the old A69 road across the River South Tyne, was completed in 1970.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "South Tyne - Haydon Bridge - Old A69". Retrieved 15 December 2016. 


Next crossing upstream River South Tyne Next crossing downstream
Old Haydon Bridge  New Haydon Bridge
Grid reference: NY844644
Warden Bridge


Next road crossing upstream River South Tyne Next road crossing downstream
Haydon Bridge Viaduct  New Haydon Bridge
Grid reference: NY844644
Warden Bridge