King Edward the 7th Railway Bridge over the Tyne.
The bridge was opened by King Edward the V11 and Queen Alexandra in 1906. The bridge was designed by engineer Charles A Harrison of the North Eastern Railways and was built by Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company.
The bridge has been described as "Britain's last great railway bridge". It is a grade 2 listed building and has 4 lines. The bridge is 1,150 ft (350 meters) in length, is 112ft (34m) above the high water mark and cost £500,000.
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