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Blaydon Bridge

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Blaydon Bridge
Blaydon Road Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 285020.jpg
Blaydon Road Bridge with Scotswood road and rail bridges in the background
Coordinates54°58′13″N 1°41′52″W / 54.9704°N 1.6978°W / 54.9704; -1.6978
OS grid referenceNZ193640
Carries
CrossesRiver Tyne
LocaleTyneside
OwnerDepartment for Transport
Maintained byHighways England
Preceded byNewburn Bridge
Followed byScotswood Railway Bridge
Characteristics
Design
MaterialPre-stressed concrete
Total length332 m (363 yd)
Width14.6 m (48 ft)
Longest span108 m (118 yd)
Piers in water2
No. of lanes4
History
DesignerBullen and Partners
Constructed byEdmund Nuttall Ltd
Construction start16 November 1987
Construction end30 November 1990
Opened1 December 1990 (1990-12-01)
Inaugurated
Location

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

The bridge was designed by Bullen and Partners and built by Edmund Nuttall Ltd between 1987 and 1990. It is a concrete bridge with two concrete piers in the river. When completed, it formed the link between the existing Gateshead Western By-pass and the newly constructed Newcastle-upon-Tyne Western By-pass. From the opening, it was designated as the A1 road: before the Blaydon Bridge was built the A1 crossed the Tyne to the east of Newcastle and Gateshead via the Tyne Tunnel. It was officially opened by the Queen on 1 December 1990.[1]

References

  1. ^ "The A1 Trunk Road" (PDF). The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transport. p. 5. Retrieved 5 July 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)


Next bridge upstream River Tyne Next bridge downstream
Newburn Bridge Blaydon Bridge
Grid reference NZ193640
Scotswood Railway Bridge
Disused (now carries water and gas mains)
Next road bridge upstream River Tyne Next road bridge downstream
Newburn Bridge Blaydon Bridge
Grid reference NZ193640
Scotswood Bridge
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This page was last edited on 22 July 2020, at 22:03
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