File:The Drygrange Bridge over the River Tweed - Geograph - 74212.jpg

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Description:The Drygrange Bridge over the River Tweed Ancient and modern. The Old Fly or Drygrange Bridge built in 1780 now only carries pedestrians, horses and cyclists. The new version takes the A68 over the River Tweed.
Location:55.603147, -2.676091
Road:A68
Date:06 10 2004
Photographer:(c) Copyright Chris Heaton and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | A68 | Drygrange Bridge

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current10:03, 22 December 2017Thumbnail for version as of 10:03, 22 December 2017640 × 480 (113 KB)Rileyrob (talk | contribs)'''The Drygrange Bridge over the River Tweed''' Ancient and modern. The Old Fly or Drygrange Bridge built in 1780 now only carries pedestrians, horses and cyclists. The new version takes the A68 over the River Tweed.

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