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Suddenly decided to take a look at this, we have been close by a number of times but this was our first visit. What a lovely location, impressive bridge and a lovely riverside walk as well. We were lucky with the weather as it was...More
The bridge was closed to traffic for renovations while I was there, but pedestrians could walk across. It provides an easy way to say that you have been to Scotland (and, I suppose, coming from the other direction, it's an easy way to get to...More
This is one of the longest spanning man made bridges left ,it crosses from England to Scotland over the river Tweed it’s single file and only allows one car on at a time it is under maintenance and closed work days just now ,this is...More
It would be nice to think that it is always as quiet and tranquil as it was when we visited. I suspect it does attract a fair few visitors. Constructed as a suspension bridge to link England and Scotland. Lovely views of The Tweed and...More
When opened in 1820 this was the longest wrought iron suspension bridge in the world. With a span of 137 m (so it's said) it crosses the River Tweed linking England and Scotland. Take care if you're crossing by car - the bollards are narrow....More
Response from tweedsider | Reviewed this property |
You can if you are fit and a keen walker - it is about 5 miles from Berwick Town Centre.
If you have the time and energy, go out on the Paxton Road, and return by way of the English side, it's a round trip of about 12 miles.