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Berwick-upon-Tweed

We stopped off in Berwick on our way to Edinburgh, and on another day the shots would have been much more vibrant and interesting – boo for flat, grey light!

This is a shot of the Royal Border Bridge, whose 28 arches were built under the supervision of Robert Stephenson in 1847. The picture was taken from the Royal Tweed Bridge, which used to carry the A1 through the town. The third of the three Berwick Bridges is The Old Bridge, which was built in 1610. To the right of the image is the Victorian timber boathouse of the Berwick Amateur Rowing Club.

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