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Carrington Bridge

The Carrington Bridge is an impressive single-arched masonry structure which carries an unclassified road high over the Redside Burn between Temple and Carrington in Midlothian. Built in the early 19th C. of sandstone rubble, there are later repairs in brick. It was B-listed in 1979. The abandoned Carrington Mill Bridge lies a short distance upstream.

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