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The bridges over the River Tyne are a familiar landmark to many people in Newcastle and Gateshead.The first bridges were built by the Romans. Pons Elii in Newcastle, the Stone Bridge at Corbridge and a bridge close to Chesters fort near Chollerford. There are 22 main bridges that span the River Tyne, the newest of which is the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
The bridge links new arts and cultural developments on Gateshead Quays on the south bank of the River Tyne with Newcastle Quayside on the north.
Near Rowlands Gill, 6 miles South West of Gateshead. Telephone: (01207) 542255. Fax 01207 542255. It is now being restored by the National Trust. Check the website below for more information.
St Mary's Heritage Centre in Gateshead, Tyne & Wear.
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