Bridges On The Aln


An attractive bridge, Grade 2 listed, on a secondary road between Bolton and Bridge End and eventually to the A697. It has a span of 34 feet and is set in farmland near to the early 19th century Bolton Hall to the north. There are dense woods on the south side of the river here. it is said to have been adopted by the County before 1836.

Bolton was once an Anglo-Saxon settlement and a leper hospital existed here in medieval times.

 Bolton Bridge Facts
Constructed - 18C
Type - single span elliptical arch, stone.
Position: Bolton, Northumberland.
Grid Ref: NU 108 133

 Bolton Bridge

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