Royal Border Bridge - Spanning the River Tweed - Berwick-upon-Tweed - Northumberland

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The Royal Border Bridge spans the River Tweed between Berwick-upon-Tweed and Tweedmouth in Northumberland, England. It is a Grade I listed railway viaduct built between 1847 and 1850, when it was opened by Queen Victoria. It remains in regular use as part of the East Coast Main Line. The viaduct, which is built on a gentle curve, is a conventional masonry structure. It has 28 arches, 15 of which are over land south of the River Tweed and 13 over the river. The bridge is 38.4 m (126 ft) at the deepest point of the riverbed. It is 659 m (2,162 ft) long and each arch span measures 18.6 m (61 ft).


All images are printed on Lustre paper, featuring a very natural photographic finish reminiscent of traditional photographic printing. Lustre prints are very resistant to fingerprints, scratches and scuffs and feature a semi-matt finish with minimal glare, ideal for landscape photography.

Only 9"x6" prints and framed prints come with a white mount.

All orders will be securely wrapped and will arrive in either a postal tube, book wrap or a box for added protection.

All our frames are solid wood and come with glass, please take care when opening your order. Framed examples shown are to give a sense of how your order might look and are not an exact representation.