Chirnside Bridge

A disused B-listed railway viaduct which once conveyed Duns Branch of the Berwickshire Railway across the Whiteadder Water at the settlement of Chirnsidebridge in the Scottish Borders. Completed in 1849, probably by the noted railway engineer John Miller (1805-83), it comprises five round-arched spans constructed of cream- coloured sandstone. Sidings once served the paper mill which lies immediately to the south of the bridge.

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