|Catterick Bridge shown within North Yorkshire|
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The bridge carries the A6136 road (once the Great North Road). It was originally built in 1422, rebuilt probably in the late 16th century and widened in 1792. It is now a Grade II* listed building.
The hamlet includes Catterick Racecourse, the Catterick Bridge Hotel and a few houses. There has been a coaching inn at this site since at least the 16th century. The present hotel building dates from the 17th century, but has been much altered. It is a Grade II listed building.
The Catterick Sunday Market, held at Catterick Racecourse, is the largest Sunday Market in the North of England.
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- "Catterick Sunday Market". Retrieved 10 December 2007.
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