Blaydon Bridge

Blaydon Bridge

The Blaydon Bridge is one of the main bridges crossing the River Tyne in North East England linking Scotswood and Blaydon.

The bridge was designed by Bullen and Partners and built by Edmund Nuttall between 1987 and 1990. It is a concrete bridge with two concrete piers in the river and carries the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Western By-pass. It is now designated the A1 road: before the Blaydon Bridge was built the A1 road crossed over the nearby Scotswood Bridge

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