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Berwick Bypass Bridge

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River Tweed Bridge (Berwick Bypass)
Location Map ( geo)
Berwick bypass, A1 Bridge over the River Tweed - Geograph - 138770.jpg
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Location
Berwick-upon-Tweed Bypass
County
Northumberland
Highway Authority
Highways England
Opening Date
1983
Cost
£9.5m (combined cost for Bypass and Bridge)
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Concrete
Length:  195m (639 ft 9 in)
Max Span:  56m (183 ft 9 in)
On road(s)
A1
Crossings related to the A1

Berwick Bypass Bridge crosses the River Tweed on the A1 near Berwick-upon-Tweed. It was constructed as part of the Berwick Bypass and the whole scheme cost £9.5m


Temporary piers were constructed within steel sheetpile cofferdams on both sides of the river; the bridge deck was assembled on the south bank and launched across the river using an attached nosing girder.


Original Author(s): Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation


Links

Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation



Berwick Bypass Bridge
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