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|Heritage status||Grade II listed|
|Constructed by||Robert Mylne|
|Daily traffic||single carriageway|
It was built in 1785 by Robert Mylne after the previous bridge had been swept away in the great floods of 1771.
- Chollerford Bridge
- "Name: CHOLLERFORD BRIDGE OVER RIVER NORTH TYNE List entry Number: 1370563". Historic England. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
|Next bridge upstream||River North Tyne||Next bridge downstream|
|Chollerford Bridge||Chesters Bridge
(Ruined Roman Bridge)
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