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List of bridges in the United Kingdom

Bridges in the United Kingdom is a link page for any non-railway bridge in the United Kingdom and includes road bridges, footbridges and aqueducts.

Railway bridges are listed under: List of railway bridges and viaducts in the United Kingdom.


Greater London

Name Locality Date Grade Notes
Albert Bridge Battersea and Chelsea 1873 II*
Battersea Bridge Battersea and Chelsea 1890 II
Blackfriars Bridge Blackfriars 1869
Chelsea Bridge Chelsea and Battersea 1937 II Suspension bridge
Chiswick Bridge Chiswick and Mortlake 1933
Golden Jubilee Bridges Charing Cross and South Bank 2002 Footbridges flanking Hungerford Railway Bridge
Hammersmith Bridge Hammersmith and Barnes 1887 II* Suspension bridge
Hampton Court Bridge Hampton and East Molesey (Surrey) 1933 II South end in Surrey
Kew Bridge Kew 1903 II
Lambeth Bridge Westminster and Lambeth 1932
London Bridge City of London and Southwark 1973 Box girder bridge
London Millennium Bridge City of London and Bankside 2000 Suspension footbridge
Putney Bridge Putney and Fulham 1886 II
Richmond Bridge Richmond 1777 I
Richmond Footbridge Richmond and St Margarets, London 1894 II*
Royal Victoria Dock Bridge London Docklands 1998 High level footbridge
Southwark Bridge City of London and Southwark 1921 II
Tower Bridge Tower Hamlets and Southwark 1894 II Bascule bridge
Twickenham Bridge Richmond 1933 II*
Vauxhall Bridge Vauxhall and Pimlico 1906 II*
Wandsworth Bridge Battersea and Parsons Green 1940 Cantilever bridge
Waterloo Bridge South Bank 1945 II* Box girder bridge
Westminster Bridge Westminster and Lambeth 1862 II*

Rest of England

Name County Locality Date Grade Notes
A34 Road Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford 1961 spans the River Thames
A419 Road Bridge Wiltshire Cricklade 1988 spans the River Thames
Abingdon Bridge Oxfordshire Abingdon 1927 II crosses the River Thames
Albert Bridge, Datchet Berkshire Datchet and Old Windsor 1927 Spans the River Thames
Albert Bridge, Manchester Greater Manchester Manchester 1785 II spans the River Irwell
Aldford Iron Bridge Cheshire Aldford 1824 I crosses the River Dee
Avoncliff Aqueduct Wiltshire Avoncliff 1801 II* carries the Kennet and Avon Canal over the River Avon
Avonmouth Bridge Somerset Avonmouth 1974 carries M5 over the River Avon
Barle Bridge Somerset Dulverton Middle Ages II crosses the River Barle
Barnstaple Long Bridge Devon Barnstaple 1280 I crosses the River Taw
Barton Road Swing Bridge Greater Manchester Barton-on-Irwell 1894 II Swing bridge over the Manchester Ship Canal
Barton Swing Aqueduct Greater Manchester Barton-on-Irwell 1893 II Canal aqueduct over the Manchester Ship Canal
Bathampton Toll Bridge Somerset Bath 1872 II crosses River Avon
Beckfoot Bridge West Yorkshire Bingley II spans Harden Beck.
Berwick Bridge Northumberland Berwick-upon-Tweed 1624 I crosses the River Tweed
Bethells Bridge East Riding of Yorkshire Hempholme c1812 swing bridge over the Driffield Navigation
Bewdley Bridge Worcestershire Bewdley 1798 I crosses the River Severn
Bideford Long Bridge Devon Bideford C15 I crosses the River Torridge
Black Boys Bridge Berkshire Newbury crosses the Reading to Taunton railway
Blackfriars Bridge Greater Manchester Manchester 1820 II crosses the River Irwell
Blakeborough's Bridge West Yorkshire Brighouse 1962 Spans the River Calder, Now a footbridge.
Blaydon Bridge Tyne and Wear Newcastle-on-Tyne 1990 spans the River Tyne
Bloomers Hole Footbridge Oxfordshire Buscot Lock 2000 steel footbridge across the River Thames
Blue Bridge (York) North Yorkshire York 1895 spans the River Foss
Botley Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford Crosses Seacourt Stream
Bow Bridge, Plox Somerset Bruton C15 I spans the River Brue
Bradford Bridge Somerset Bradford on Tone C13-15 II* spans the River Tone
Breydon Bridge Norfolk Great Yarmouth 1985 Carries A12 road across the River Yare
Bridge of Sighs Cambridgeshire Cambridge 1831 I crosses the River Cam
Bridge of Sighs Oxfordshire Oxford 1914 footbridge over New College Lane
Brighouse Bridge West Yorkshire Brighouse 1825 spans the River Calder
Bristol Bridge Bristol Bristol 1768 II crosses Bristol Harbour
Bromford Viaduct West Midlands Birmingham 1972 M6 Motorway bridge over the River Tame. Longest viaduct in Britain.
Broughton Suspension Bridge Greater Manchester Salford 1826 Collapsed 1831 and rebuilt. Replaced 1924.
Bulstake Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford c. 1530 Spans Bulstake Stream
Burghfield Bridge Berkshire Burghfield Bridge c. 1812 II crosses the River Kennet
Bury Bridge Somerset Brompton Regis Medieval II* spans the River Haddeo
Bywell Bridge Northumberland Bywell and Stocksfield 1838 II crosses the River Tyne
Cambeck Bridge Cumbria Cambeck Bridge C19 II crosses the River Irthing
Castle Walk Footbridge Shropshire Shrewsbury 1951 pre-stressed concrete footbridge over the River Severn
Cathedral Green Footbridge Derbyshire Derby 2009 carries pedestrians across the River Derwent
Cavendish Bridge Derbyshire and Leicestershire Cavendish Bridge 1957 crosses the River Trent
Caversham Bridge Berkshire Reading 1926 crosses the River Thames
Chartershaugh Bridge Tyne and Wear Washington 1975 spans the River Wear
Chester New Bridge County Durham Chester-le-Street C15? II* spans the River Wear
Chesters Bridge Northumberland Chollerford C3 ruined Roman bridge over the River Tyne
Chollerford Bridge Northumberland Chollerford 1785 II spans the River North Tyne
Cleveland Bridge Somerset Bath 1826 II* spans the River Avon
Clifton Aqueduct Greater Manchester Clifton 1796 II Disused canal bridge which carried the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal over the River Irwell
Clifton Bridge North Yorkshire York 1963 spans the River Ouse
Clifton Bridge Nottinghamshire Nottingham 1958 spans the River Trent
Clifton Hampden Bridge Oxfordshire Clifton Hampden 1867 II* crosses the River Thames
Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol Clifton 1864 I Avon Gorge
Clopton Bridge Warwickshire Stratford-upon-Avon 1480 I crosses the River Avon
Cobden Bridge Hampshire Southampton 1928 spans the River Itchen
Cobweb Bridge South Yorkshire Sheffield 2002 footbridge over the River Don
Colne Bridge West Yorkshire Huddersfield C18 II spans the River Colne
Constantius Bridge Northumberland Hexham 1976 spans the River Tyne
Conway's Bridge Berkshire Park Place 1763 Carries the A321 Wargrave to Henley on Thames over the Happy Valley
Cookham Bridge Berkshire Cookham 1867 Iron girder bridge over the Thames
Corporation Bridge Lincolnshire Grimsby 1928 Bascule bridge over dock
Corporation Street Bridge Greater Manchester Manchester 1999 Covered footbridge over Corporation Street
Cosgrove aqueduct Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire Cosgrove 1811 carries the Grand Union Canal over the River Great Ouse
Cox Green Footbridge Tyne and Wear Cox Green 1958 Footbridge over the River Wear
Cricklade Town Bridge Wiltshire Cricklade 1852 spans the River Thames
Cropredy Bridge Oxfordshire Cropredy 1937 spans the River Cherwell
Crosskeys Bridge Lincolnshire Sutton Bridge 1897 II* Swing bridge over the River Nene
Culham Bridge Oxfordshire Culham 1422 II* Crosses the Swift Ditch, previously the main channel of the River Thames
Dartford Crossing see Queen Elizabeth II Bridge
Dell Bridge Merseyside Port Sunlight 1894 II Footbridge over former tidal hollow
Donnington Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford 1962 spans The Isis (River Thames)
Dundas Aqueduct Wiltshire Limpley Stoke 1801 I carries the Kennet and Avon Canal over the River Avon
Dunham Bridge Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Dunham-on-Trent 1832 Toll bridge over the River Trent
Dutton Horse Bridge Cheshire Acton Bridge and Dutton 1919 II Wooden footbridge over the River Weaver
Eamont Bridge Cumbria Eamont Bridge C15 I crosses the River Eamont
Eaton Footbridge Oxfordshire 1936 wooden footbridge across the River Thames
Eckington Bridge Worcestershire Eckington 1720 II* spans the River Avon
Edstone Aqueduct Warwickshire Bearley C19 II* carries Stratford Canal over a road and railway lines.
Elvet Bridge County Durham Durham C13 I spans the River Wear
English Bridge Shropshire Shrewsbury 1926 II* spanning the River Severn
Essex Bridge Staffordshire Great Haywood 1550 I spans the River Trent
Ewood Aqueduct Lancashire Backburn C19 II crosses the River Darwen and a road
Exeter Bridge Derbyshire Derby 1929 Spans the River Derwent
Fingle Bridge Devon Drewsteignton C17 II* spanning the River Teign
Folly Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford 1827 spans the River Thames
Foss Bridge North Yorkshire York 1812 II* spans the River Foss
Framwellgate Bridge County Durham Durham C15 I spans the River Wear
Gallox Bridge, Dunster Somerset Dunster C15 I crosses the River Avil
Galton Bridge West Midlands Smethwick 1829 I Crosses canal. World's longest single-span bridge when built by Thomas Telford
Gateshead Millennium Bridge Tyne and Wear Gateshead and Newcastle upon Tyne 2001 Pedestrian tilt bridge over River Tyne
Godmanchester Chinese Bridge Cambridgeshire Godmanchester 1960 spans the River Great Ouse
Godstow Bridge Oxfordshire Godstow medieval II spans the River Thames
Goring and Streatley Bridge Berkshire and Oxfordshire Streatley and Goring 1923 spans the River Thames
Great Barford Bridge Bedfordshire Great Barford C15 I spans the River Great Ouse
Greyhound Bridge Lancashire Lancaster 1911 former railway bridge, now road bridge, over the River Lune
Grosvenor Bridge Somerset Bath spans the River Avon east of the city
Grosvenor Bridge Cheshire Chester 1832 I spans the River Dee
Handyside Bridge Derbyshire Derby 1878 Former wrought iron railway bridge, now footbridge across the River Derwent
Harrington Bridge Derbyshire and Leicestershire Sawley 1790 II spans the River Trent
Hart's Weir Footbridge Oxfordshire Appleton 1879 Concrete footpath over the River Thames
Haselbury Bridge Somerset Haselbury Plucknett C14 II* spans the River Parrett
Haydon Bridge Viaduct Tyne and Wear Haydon Bridge 2009 spans the railway and the River South Tyne
Henley Bridge Oxfordshire and Berkshire Henley and Remenham 1786 I spans the River Thames
Hibaldstow Bridge Lincolnshire Hibaldstow 1889 II Iron arch bridge over the River Ancholme
High Bridge Lincolnshire Lincoln 1160 I spans the River Witham. Oldest bridge in UK with shops.
High Bridge Berkshire Reading 1788 across the River Kennet
High Level Bridge Tyne and Wear Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1849 I Road and rail bridge across the River Tyne
Hockenhull Platts Cheshire Tarvin C18 II Three footbridges across the River Gowy
Holman's Bridge Buckinghamshire Aylesbury by 1554 where the Battle of Aylesbury took place.
Holne Bridge Devon Ashburton 1413 II* crosses the River Dart
Holt Fleet Bridge Worcestershire Holt Fleet 1828 II over the River Severn
Homersfield Bridge Norfolk and Suffolk Homersfield 1870 II* spans the River Waveney
Horkstow Bridge Lincolnshire Horkstow 1836 II* Suspensin Bridge over the New River Ancholme
Horrabridge Bridge Devon Horrabridge c. 1400 I spans the River Walkham
Hulme Arch Bridge Greater Manchester Manchester 1997 carries Stretford Road over Princess Road
Humber Bridge East Riding of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Kingston-upon-Hull 1981 longest single-span bridge in the UK, spanning the Humber Estuary
Hylton Viaduct Tyne and Wear Sunderland 1974 steel box girder bridge over the River Wear
Infinity Bridge County Durham Stockton-on-Tees 2008 North Shore Development, carrying pedestrians across the River Tees
The Iron Bridge Shropshire Ironbridge 1781 I Crosses the River Severn. World's first cast-iron bridge.
Itchen Bridge Hampshire Southampton 1977 Crosses the River Itchen
Ireland Bridge West Yorkshire Bingley 1686 II Spans the River Aire
Ivelet bridge North Yorkshire Ivelet C16 II* spans the River Swale
Jubilee Bridge (Stockton-on-Tees) County Durham Stockton-on-Tees 2002 spans the River Tees
King George V Bridge Lincolnshire Keadby 1916 II Rolling lift road and rail bridge over the River Trent
Kildwick Bridge North Yorkshire Kildwick 1313 I spans the River Aire
Kingsferry Bridge Kent Isle of Sheppey 1960 Vertical lift bridge. Crosses the Swale between the Isle of Sheppey and mainland Kent.
Kingsmead Viaduct Hertfordshire Ware 1976 Crosses the Lea Valley
Kingsgate Bridge County Durham Durham 1966 II Footbridge across the River Wear
Kingsland Bridge Shropshire Shrewsbury 1881 II Toll bridge across the River Severn
Kirkstead Bridge Lincolnshire Woodhall Spa 1968 spans the River Witham
Lady Bay Bridge Nottinghamshire West Bridgford 1878 Former railway bridge, now road bridge, over the River Trent
Lady's Bridge South Yorkshire Sheffield 1485 II spans the River Don
Landacre Bridge Somerset Withypool Late Medieval II* spans the River Barle
Langstone Bridge Hampshire Hayling Island 1956 links Hayling Island to mainland
Leeds Bridge West Yorkshire Leeds 1870 II spans the River Aire
Lendal Bridge North Yorkshire York 1863 II spans the River Ouse
Ledgard Bridge West Yorkshire Mirfield 1800 II spans the River Calder
Lichfield Canal Aqueduct Staffordshire Brownhills 2003 To carry new Lichfield Canal over M6 Toll Motorway
Little Wittenham Bridge Oxfordshire Dorchester-on-Thames Iron and wood footbridge over the River Thames
Loyn Bridge Lancashire Hornby and Gressingham II* spans the River Lune
Ludford Bridge Shropshire Ludford C15 I Spans the River Teme
Lune Aqueduct Lancashire Lancaster 1797 I Carries the Lancaster Canal over the River Lune
Lune Millennium Bridge Lancashire Lancaster 2001 Footbridge over the River Lune
M25 Runnymede Bridge Surrey Staines upon Thames 1940s carries A30 and M25 across the River Thames
M3 Chertsey Bridge Surrey Chertsey Lock 1970s Carries M3 over the River Thames
M4 Thames Bridge Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Bray and Dorney Reach 1960s carries M4 over the River Thames
Magdalen Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford 1790 crosses the River Cherwell
Maidenhead Bridge Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Maidenhead and Taplow 1777 I Spans the River Thames
Marlow Bridge Buckinghamshire and Berkshire Marlow and Bisham 1832 I Suspension bridge across the River Thames
Marlow By-pass Bridge Buckinghamshire and Berkshire Marlow and High Wycombe 1972 crosses the River Thames
Marple Aqueduct Greater Manchester Marple 1800 I carries the Peak Forest Canal across the River Goyt
Malmsmead Bridge Devon and Somerset Brendon and Oare C17 II crosses Badgworthy Water
Mathematical Bridge Cambridgeshire Queens' College, Cambridge 1749 II Wooden footbridge over River Cam
Media City Footbridge Greater Manchester Salford 2011 Footbridge over the Manchester Ship Canal
Medway Viaducts Kent Rochester 1963 span the River Medway
Michaelson Road Bridge Cumbria Barrow-in-Furness 1960 Bascule bridge
Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge North Yorkshire Middlesbrough 1911 II* road bridge over the River Tees
Midland Bridge Somerset Bath 1905 ex-railway bridge. Now road bridge across the River Avon
Millhouse Bridge Northumberland Millhouse 1883 Footbridge over the River South Tyne
Millennium Bridge North Yorkshire York 2001 Footbridge over the River Ouse
Monk Bridge North Yorkshire York 1794 spans the River Foss
Montford Bridge Shropshire Montford Bridge 1792 II spans the River Severn
Murtry Aqueduct Somerset Frome c1795) II Never used. Spans the Mells River
Mythe Bridge Gloucestershire Tewkesbury 1826 II* spans the River Severn
Naburn Railway Bridge North Yorkshire York 1871 Former railway bridge, now a footbridge over the River Ouse
Nantwich Bridge Cheshire Nantwich 1803 II crosses the River Weaver
New Wear bridge Tyne and Wear Sunderland Under construction spans the River Wear
Newbridge, River Dart Devon Ashburton 1413 II* spans the River Dart
Newbridge, River Thames Oxfordshire Abingdon and Whitney C14 I and II* spans the River Thames
Newburn Bridge Tyne and Wear Newburn 1893 Spans the River Tyne
Newsham Bridge Lincolnshire Brocklesby Park 1772 I crosses Newsham Lake
North Bridge, Halifax West Yorkshire Halifax 1871 Cast iron bridge over the valley of the River Hebble
Northam Bridge Hampshire Southampton 1954 Spans the River Itchen. The first major prestressed concrete road bridge in the United Kingdom.
Northgate, Chester Cheshire Chester 1810 I Footbridge over Northgate Street
Old Bridge, Huntingdon Cambridgeshire Huntingdon 1332 I spans the River Great Ouse
Old Dee Bridge Cheshire Chester 1387 I spans the River Dee
Old Haydon Bridge Northumberland Haydon Bridge 1776 II spans the River South Tyne. Now pedestrian only.
Old Man's Bridge Oxfordshire Rushey Lock 1894 Wooden footbridge across the River Thames
Old Walton Bridge Surrey Walton on Thames and Shepperton 1750 Crossed the River Thames. Dismantled 1783
Orwell Bridge Suffolk Ipswich 1982 spans the River Orwell
Osney Bridge Oxfordshire Oxford 1889 spans the River Thames
Ouse Bridge, York North Yorkshire York 1821 II spans the River Ouse
Ouse Bridge (M62) North Yorkshire Goole and Howden 1976 carrying the M62 motorway over the River Ouse
Over Bridge Gloucestershire Over 1828 Ancient Monument spans the River Severn. Now for pedestrian use only.
Ovingham Bridge Northumberland Ovingham 1883 Spans the River Tyne
Palatine Bridge, Salford Greater Manchester Salford 1864 Wrought iron bridge over the River Irwell
Pero's Bridge Bristol Bristol 1999 pedestrian bascule bridge spanning St Augustine's Reach
Perry Bridge West Midlands Birmingham 1711 II spans the River Tame
Pill Bridge Somerset Ilchester and Long Sutton C17 Ancient Monument spans the River Yeo
Poole Bridge Dorset Poole 1927 Bascule bridge over harbour channel
Porthill Bridge Shropshire Shrewsbury 1922 Pedestrian suspension bridge over the River Severn
Postbridge Clapper Bridge Devon Postbridge C13 II* crosses the East Dart
Prebends Bridge County Durham Durham 1778 I spans the River Wear
Prestolee Aqueduct Greater Manchester Bolton 1793 II Disused. Carried the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal across the River Irwell
Preston Pipe Bridge County Durham Stockton-on-Tees 1959 carries water pipes across the River Tees
Princess of Wales Bridge County Durham Stockton-on-Tees 1992 crosses the River Tees
Pulteney Bridge Somerset Bath 1774 I Crosses the River Avon. A unique traffic bridge that includes shops along its length
Queen Alexandra Bridge Tyne and Wear Sunderland 1909 II spans the River Wear
Queen Elizabeth Bridge Berkshire Windsor 1966 carries the A332 Windsor By-pass across the River Thames
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge Kent and Essex Dartmouth and Thurrock 1991 Cable stayed bridge over Thames estuary
Radcot Bridge Oxfordshire Radcot c. 1200 I spans the River Thames
Rakewood Viaduct Greater Manchester Littleborough 1966 Carries M62 Motorway over Rakewood Valley
Rastrick Bridge West Yorkshire Brighouse c1750 Spans the River Calder
Reading Bridge Berkshire Reading 1923 spans the River Thames
Redheugh Bridge Tyne and Wear Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead 1983 spans the River Tyne
Ridley Bridge Northumberland Ridley Hall 1792 spans the River South Tyne
Robbers Bridge Somerset Porlock spans Weir Water
Rochester Bridge Kent Rochester and Strood 1914 crosses the River Medway
Rotherbridge bridge West Sussex Rotherbridge 2010 Footbridge over the River Rother
Rotherham Bridge South Yorkshire Rotherham by 1483 I spans the River Don
Royal Tweed Bridge Northumberland Berwick-upon-Tweed 1928 spans the River Tweed
Saint Alkmund's Way Footbridge Derbyshire Derby 2007 carries pedestrians across the River Derwent
Shropshire Shrewsbury c1362 Demolished bridge over the River Severn
St Ives Bridge Cambridgeshire St Ives C15 I spans the River Great Ouse
Salford Quays lift bridge Greater Manchester Salford 2000 vertical lift footbridge spanning the Manchester Ship Canal
Scammonden Bridge West Yorkshire Scammonden 1970 Crosses M62 motorway. The longest single span non-suspension bridge in the world when built
Scotswood Bridge Northumberland Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Gateshead 1967 Spans the River Tyne
Shard Bridge Lancashire Hambleton and Singleton 1993 spans the River Wyre
Sheppey Crossing Kent 2006 Crosses the Swale to link the Isle of Sheppey with the Kent mainland
Shoreham Tollbridge West Sussex Shoreham 1782 II* Footbridge across the River Adur
Silver Jubilee Bridge Cheshire Runcorn and Widnes 1961 Crosses the River Mersey. Also called Runcorn-Widnes bridge
Skeldergate Bridge North Yorkshire York 1881 II spans the River Ouse
Skerton Bridge Lancashire Lancaster 1787 II* spans the River Lune
Sonning Backwater Bridges Oxfordshire Sonning 1986 Cross two branches of the River Thames
Sonning Bridge Berkshire and Oxfordshire Sonning 1775 II spans the River Thames
Spa Bridge North Yorkshire Scarborough 1827 Footbridge over ravine
Staines Bridge Surrey Staines upon Thames 1832 spans the River Thames
Stanley Ferry Aqueduct West Yorkshire Stanley Ferry 1839 I Cast Iron canal bridge over the River Calder
Stoke Bridge Suffolk Ipswich 1925 Spans the River Orwell
Store Street Aqueduct Greater Manchester Manchester 1798 II* carries Ashton Canal across Store Street, Manchester
Styford Bridge Northumberland Riding Mill 1979 Spans the River Tyne
Summerleaze Footbridge Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Bray and Dorney 1996 Carries footpath over the River Thames
Sunderland Bridge County Durham Sunderland Bridge C 14 I spans the River Wear
Surtees Bridge Durham Thornaby-on-Tees 2008 spans the River Tees
Sutton Bridge, Oxfordshire Oxfordshire Sutton Courtenay 1807 II spans the River Thames
Swarkestone Bridge Derbyshire Swarkestone C13 I crosses the River Trent
Sweet Track Somerset 3806 BC walk bridge, 1.2 miles
Swinford Toll Bridge Oxfordshire Eynsham 1769 Privately owned toll bridge across the River Thames
Swing Bridge, River Tyne Tyne and Wear Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Gateshead 1876 II* Swing bridge over the River Tyne
Tadpole Bridge Oxfordshire Bampton and Buckland C18 spans the River Thames
Tamar Bridge Devon and Cornwall Plymouth and Saltash 1962 road bridge across the River Tamar
Tarr Steps Somerset Exmoor National Park 1000 BC I an historic clapper bridge over the River Barle
Tees Barrage Durham Stockton-on-Tees 1995 Barrage across the River Tees
Tees Newport Bridge Cleveland Middlesbrough and Stockton on Tees 1934 first vertical lift bridge in Britain
Teesquay Millennium Footbridge Durham Stockton-on-Tees 2000 cable-stayed footbridge across the River Tees
A19 Tees Viaduct (Tees Flyover) North Yorkshire Middlesbrough 1975 Carries A19 over the River Tees
Temple Footbridge Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Hurley 1989 spans the River Thames
Tenfoot Bridge Oxfordshire Buckland and Chimney 1869 Wooden footbridge over the River Thames
Teston Bridge Kent Teston C14 I spans the River Medway
Thelwall Viaduct Cheshire Lymm 1995 carries M6 over the Manchester Ship Canal
Thornborough Bridge Buckinghamshire Thornborough and Buckingham C14 I crosses Padbury Brook
Tickford Bridge Buckinghamshire Newport Pagnell 1810 I Iron bridge over the River Ouzel
Tinsley Viaduct South Yorkshire Sheffield 1968 Carries M1 over Don Valley. First UK two-tier road-bridge
Trent Bridge Lincolnshire Gainsborough 1791 II spans the River Trent
Trent Bridge Nottinghamshire Nottingham 1871 II spans the River Trent
Trevemper Bridge Cornwall Trevemper C19 II crosses the River Ganner
Trinity Bridge Lincolnshire Crowland 1390 I Former river crossing now on dry land.
Trinity Bridge, Greater Manchester Greater Manchester Manchester and Salford 1995 Footbridge across the River Irwell
Turnbridge Lift Bridge West Yorkshire Turnbridge 1865 Lift bridge over the Huddersfield Broad Canal
Twin Sails Bridge Dorset Poole 2012 Bascule bridge over Backwater Channel to harbour
Tyne Bridge Tyne and Wear Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead 1928 Crosses the River Tyne
Valley Bridge North Yorkshire Scarborough 1865 spans Ramsdale
Victoria Avenue Bridge Cambridgeshire Cambridge 1890 spans the River Cam
Victoria Bridge, Bath Somerset Bath 1836 II* spans the River Avon
Victoria Bridge, Datchet Berkshire Datchet and Windsor 1967 spans the River Thames
Victoria Bridge, Manchester Greater Manchester Manchester and Salford 1839 II spans the River Irwell
Victoria Bridge (Stockton-on-Tees) Durham Stockton-on-Tees 1887 II spans the River Tees
Vignoles Bridge West Midlands Coventry 1835 Ancient Monument Cast iron footbridge over the River Sherbourne
Wallingford Bridge Oxfordshire Wallingford C14 II* spans the River Thames
Walney Bridge Cumbria Barrow-in-Furness 1908 Connects Walney Island to mainland. A Bascule bridge
Walton Bridge Surrey Walton-on-Thames 2013 Spans the River Thames
Warrington Transporter Bridge Cheshire Warrington 1916 II* Closed 1964
Watergate, Chester Cheshire Chester 1790 I Footbridge over A548
Wearmouth Bridge Tyne and Wear Sunderland 1929 II spans the River Wear
Welsh Bridge Shropshire Shrewsbury 1795 II* spans the River Severn
Whitby Swing Bridge North Yorkshire Whitby 1909 Swing bridge over the River Esk
Whitchurch Bridge Berkshire and Oxfordshire Pangbourne and Whitchurch 1902 II over the River Thames
Wilford Toll Bridge Nottinghamshire Wilford and Nottingham 1870 II (part) Spans the River Trent. Closed to vehicles 1974.
Wilton Bridge Herefordshire Wilton and Ross-on-Wye 1599 I spans the River Wye
Windsor Bridge Berkshire Windsor and Eton 1824 II Crosses the River Thames
Winterbrook Bridge Oxfordshire Wallingford 1993 Spans the River Thames
Wootton Wawen Aqueduct Warwickshire Wootton Wawen 1813 II* carries Stratford Canal over A3400 road.
Wylam Bridge Northumberland North Wylam 1836 Spans the River Tyne
Yarningale Aqueduct Warwickshire Claverdon 1834 II* carries Stratford Canal over Kingswood Brook
Yarrow Bridge Lancashire Chorley C17 spans the River Yarrow

England and Wales

Name County Locality Date Grade Notes
Bigsweir Bridge Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire St Briavels and Llandogo 1827 II* Cast-iron bridge over the River Wye
Farndon Bridge Cheshire and Wrexham Farndon and Holt 1339 I Crosses the River Dee
Old Wye Bridge Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire Tutshill and Chepstow 1816 I Spans the River Wye
Severn Bridge Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire Aust and Chepstow 1966 I Suspension bridge crossing the River Severn and the River Wye
Second Severn Crossing Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire Severn Beach and Sudbrook 1996 Cable-stayed bridge crossing the River Severn

England and Scotland

Name County Locality Date Grade Notes
Coldstream Bridge Northumberland and Borders Cornhill-on-Tweed and Coldstream 1767 II* spans the River Tweed
Ladykirk and Norham Bridge Northumberland and Borders Norham and Ladykirk 1887 II spans the River Tweed
Union Chain Bridge Northumberland and Berwickshire Horncliffe and Fishwick 1820 I spans the River Tweed



Name Locality Date Grade Notes
Albert Bridge Saltmarket 1871 Cat A spans the River Clyde
Bell's Bridge 1988 Footbridge across the River Clyde
Clyde Arc Finnieston and Pacific Quay 1969 spans the River Clyde
Dalmarnock Bridge Rutherglen and Dalmarnock 1891 spans the River Clyde
George V Bridge Tradeston and Glasgow City Centre 1928 Cat B spans the River Clyde
Glasgow Bridge 1899 Cat B spans the River Clyde
King's Bridge Hutchesontown and Glasgow Green 1933 spans the River Clyde
Kingston Bridge Central Glasgow 1970 Cantilever bridge conveying the M8 over the River Clyde
Millennium Bridge 2002 Footbridge over the River Clyde
Polmadie Bridge 1955 Footbridge over the River Clyde (closed in 2015)
Rutherglen Bridge Rutherglen 1896 spans the River Clyde
South Portland Street Suspension Bridge
St. Andrew's Suspension Bridge
Tradeston Bridge Tradeston and Anderston 2009 Footbridge across the River Clyde
Victoria Bridge Central Glasgow 1854 spans the River Clyde

Rest of Scotland

Name County Locality Date Grade Notes
Ballachulish Bridge Invernessshire Ballachulish 1975 Crosses the narrows between Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe
Bonar Bridge Scottish Highlands Bonar Bridge 1973 Crosses the Kyle of Sutherland
Bridge of Awe Argyll Taynuilt 1756 Spanned the River Awe. Destroyed by floods in 1992 and replaced by new bridge.
Bridge of Dee Aberdeen Aberdeen 1527 Cat A spans the River Dee
Brig o' Balgownie Aberdeen Old Aberdeen 1320 Cat A spans the River Don
Carrbridge Scottish Highlands Carrbridge 1717 Cat A old packhorse bridge over the River Dulnain
Clachan Bridge Argyll and Bute Oban 1793 Cat A spans the Clachan Sound, connecting the Isle of Seil to the Scottish mainland.
Clackmannanshire Bridge Fife and Falkirk Kincardine 2008 Crosses the Firth of Forth
Connel Bridge Argyll and Bute Connel 1903 Cat B Cantilever bridge over Loch Etive
Craigellachie Bridge Moray Aberlour 1814 Cat A Cast iron bridge across the River Spey
Brig o' Doon Ayrshire Alloway C15 Cat A spans the River Doon
Dornoch Firth Bridge Ross and Cromarty and Sutherland Tain and Dornoch 1991 Crosses Dornoch Firth
Dryburgh Suspension Bridge Scottish Borders Dryburgh Abbey 1872 Suspension footbridge across the River Tweed
Drygrange Old Bridge Scottish Borders Melrose 1780 Cat A Disused bridge over the River Tweed
Erskine Bridge West Dumbartonshire and Renfrewshire Erskine 1971 Cable-stayed box girder bridge over the River Clyde
Findhorn Bridge Findhorn A96 road over the River Findhorn
Forth Road Bridge Edinburgh and Fife South Queensferry and North Queensferry 1964 crosses the Firth of Forth
Friarton Bridge Perth and Kinross Perth 1978 across the Firth of Tay
Inveramsay Bridge Aberdeenshire Inveramsay Under construction in 2015 Carries the A96 road over the Aberdeen to Inverness Line
Kalemouth Suspension Bridge Scottish Borders Kalemouth c. 1830 Cat A Wrought iron bridge spanning the River Teviot
Kelso Bridge Scottish Borders Kelso 1803 Cat A spans the River Tweed
Kessock Bridge Inverness and Scottish Highlands Inverness and North Kessock 1982 Crosses the Beauly Firth, to connect Inverness and the Black Isle
Kincardine Bridge Falkirk and Fife Kincardine 1936 Crosses upper reaches of the Firth of Forth
Kyle of Tongue Bridge Sutherland 1971 Crosses the Kyle of Tongue
Kylesku Bridge Sutherland 1984 Box girder bridge crossing the Loch a' Chàirn Bhàin
Laxford Bridge Scottish Highlands Sutherland c. 1834 Cat B spans the River Laxford
Mertoun Bridge Scottish Borders St Boswells 1873 spans the River Tweed
Overtoun Bridge West Dumbartonshire Dumbarton 1895 Cat B an arch bridge over the Overtoun Burn.
Perth Bridge Perth and Kinross Perth 1771 Cat A A stone arch bridge, also known as Smeaton's Bridge, crossing the River Tay.
River Leven Bridge Fife Glenrothes 1995 a cable-stayed bridge spanning Riverside Park and the River Leven
St. Devenick's Bridge Aberdeen Ardoe and Cults 1837 A derelict suspension footbridge known locally as Shakkin' Briggie
Skye Bridge Inner Hebrides Isle of Skye 1995 between Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland and Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye
Tay Road Bridge Fife and Dundee Newport-on-Tay 1966 Carries A92 road over the Firth of Tay
Tweed Bridge Scottish Borders Peebles C15 Cat A spans the River Tweed
Victoria Bridge Aberdeenshire Mar Lodge Estate 1905 Cat B Private bridge over the River Dee
Yair Bridge Scottish Borders Yair c1764 Cat A spans the River Tweed

Northern Ireland

Name County Locality Date Grade Notes
Albert Bridge, Belfast County Down Belfast 1890 Spans the River Lagan
Ballievey Bridge County Down Banbridge 1988 Spans the River Bann
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge County Antrim Ballintoy 2008 Pedestrian walkway to Carrickarede island.
Craigavon Bridge County Londonderry Derry 1933 Double deck bridge over the River Foyle. Lower deck a former goods line
Finn Bridge County Fermanagh and County Monaghan (ROI) Scotshouse Spans the River Finn between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Foyle Bridge County Londonderry Derry 1984 Spans the River Foyle.
Lifford Bridge County Tyrone and County Donegal (ROI) Lifford 1964 Spans the River Foyle between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Peace Bridge County Londonderry Derry 2011 Pedestrian & cycleway over the Belfast-Derry railway line and the River Foyle
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge County Down Belfast 1966 Spans the River Lagan
Queen's Bridge County Down Belfast 1849 Spans the River Lagan


Isle of Man

Name Locality Date Grade Notes
Braddan Bridge Braddan crosses the River Dhoo

See also

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