Hylton Viaduct viewed from North Hylton, 2007.
|OS grid reference|
|Maintained by||Highways England|
|Preceded by||Cox Green Footbridge|
|Followed by||Northern Spire Bridge|
|Design||Box girder bridge|
|Clearance below||50 ft (15 m)|
Hylton Viaduct is a road traffic and pedestrian bridge spanning the River Wear in North East England, linking North Hylton and South Hylton in Sunderland as the A19 road. The steel box girder bridge was opened in 1974 and is above a former chain ferry route which ceased in 1915.
|Next bridge upstream||River Wear||Next bridge downstream|
|Cox Green Footbridge||Hylton Viaduct
|Northern Spire Bridge|
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