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Low Hail Bridge Hurworth

In 1879 a wrought iron lattice girder bridge with seven spans of 16.3m was built at Hurworth to give access to Low Hail. Designed by Robert Robinson of Darlington, the £2000 cost was shared between Lord Rokeby and the rate payers of Hurworth as the bridge also provided support for sewer pipes to cross the river to the treatment works built on the Yorkshire side.

Morris C.H. 2000. Bridges over the Tees. Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist Society. Research Report No 7.

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Key Words :- river tees bridge
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Address :- Hurworth, Darlington, North Yorkshire, DL2 2AQ
Grid Ref :- NZ 3108 1006
Co-ordinates :- Lat - 54.484939 , Long - -1.521784
Local Authority :- Richmondshire
Pre 1974 County :- Yorkshire - North Riding
Site Status :- Site extant - Protected status unknown
Site Dates :- 1879 -