Ellemford Bridge

A graceful three-span bridge which conveys the B6355 road over the Whiteadder Water at Ellemford in the Scottish Borders, 2¾ miles (4.5 km) northeast of Longformacus and 5 miles (8 km) northwest of Duns. Ellemford Bridge comprises three segmental sandstone arches with bullet-shaped cutwaters. An inscription records that it was erected by the Berwickshire Road Trustees in 1886. The Southern Upland Way passes a short distance to the east.

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