2023

NZ1430 : Witton Bridge

taken 1 year ago, near to Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, England

This is 1 of 4 images, with title Witton Bridge in this square
Witton Bridge
Witton Bridge
Once carried the traffic on the A68 across the River Wear, which has since been moved to a modern bridge roughly a quarter mile upstream.
Weardale Way walkers, however, are obliged to cross the river on this Grade II Listed structure dating back to 1788 - replacing earlier bridges.
Weardale Way

A 77 mile route following the River Wear from the sea at the Lindisfarne Memorial, Sunderland to the headwaters in the east Pennines, keeping as close as is possible to the river. It visits Lumley Castle, Durham (where the Castle and Cathedral forms a World Heritage Site), Bishop Auckland and Stanhope. After Stanhope the Way makes a northward loop to Rookhope to take in part of a tributary, Rookhope Burn.


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Geographical Context: Rivers, Streams, Drainage Long Distance Footpath: Weardale Way other tags: River Bridge Grade II Listed Building Click a tag, to view other nearby images.
This photo is linked from: Automatic Clusters: · Wear from Witton Bridge [6] · Cross [3] · Witton Bridge 1788 [3] · Weardale Way [2] Title Clusters: · Witton Bridge [4] ·
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NZ1430, 23 images   (more nearby 🔍)
Photographer
Chris Heaton   (more nearby)
Date Taken
Monday, 15 May, 2023   (more nearby)
Submitted
Sunday, 21 May, 2023
Subject Location
OSGB36: geotagged! NZ 1478 3074 [10m precision]
WGS84: 54:40.2910N 1:46.3405W
Camera Location
OSGB36: geotagged! NZ 1478 3075
View Direction
South-southwest (about 202 degrees)
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