The Bridge of Cree, also known as Cree Bridge carries the B7079, former A75 across the River Cree in Newton Stewart. It was built in 1812-13 by John Rennie as part of the Carlisle - Portpatrick turnpike road, but since bypassed by the modern A75.
The bridge consists of 5 stone arched spans. The centre span is the widest, with the two outer spans the narrowest. The arches are very shallow, rising no more than 2m from spring to keystone. Each of the piers rises from triangular cutwaters in the river to form shallow pedestrian refuges on the roadside. The carriageway is wide for its era, still capable of carrying two-way traffic with a pavement, although it is a tight squeeze!