This is a list of the only bridge from the suspension bridge inventory crossing River Tyne. Please note that different rivers with the same name will be grouped together. For example, selecting 'Bear Creek' shows bridges across several different Bear Creeks. Also, similarly named rivers are grouped separately. For example, 'River Dee' (UK) bridges are grouped separately from 'Dee River' (Australia) bridges. Wherever you see a "Bridgemeister ID" number you can click it to isolate the bridge on its own page. Click here to go to the list of crossings.
|1831 Scotswood (Chine)|
|Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, United Kingdom (River Tyne)|
|Use:||Vehicular (two-lane, with walkway)|
|Main cables:||Chain (iron)|
|Side spans:||2 x 131f|
|Deck width:||16f 10in roadway, 3ft 3in footway|
- "Chine" is the Geordie spelling/pronounciation of "Chain", according to The New Geordie Dictionary detailing "the dialect spoken on Tyneside".
- Widened (19ft 6in roadway, two 6ft walkways), iron chains replaced with steel cables 1931. Bypassed, 1967. Since demolished.
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