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Celebrating heritage in the North East

ICE North East has launched a new leaflet celebrating the bridges of the Border region.

Launched by ICE President Paul Jowitt, it gives insight into nine historical Border Bridges across the Tweed and its tributaries; Whiteadder Water and the River Till.

Selecting the top nine was not an easy task. “The list of bridges worth noting in the border counties is endless but the final nine are all particularly impressive structurally,” said ICE North East regional director Stephen Larkin (left of photo).

“The bridges on our Historic Border Bridges map demonstrate the impressive engineering heritage of the region. By creating the leaflet we hope more people will visit, appreciate and be inspired by the structures.”

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