Bellister Bridge

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Bellister Bridge
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Bellister Bridge
Coordinates 54°57′51″N 2°28′13″W / 54.96422°N 2.47040°W / 54.96422; -2.47040Coordinates: 54°57′51″N 2°28′13″W / 54.96422°N 2.47040°W / 54.96422; -2.47040
Carries Pedestrian traffic
Crosses River Tyne
Locale Northumberland
Material Concrete
Construction end 1967
Daily traffic No
Toll No
Bellister Bridge is located in Northumberland
Bellister Bridge
Bellister Bridge
Red pog.svg Bellister Bridge shown within Northumberland
grid reference NY699633

Bellister Bridge is a concrete bridge across the River South Tyne at Haltwhistle in Northumberland.


The bridge, which was designed to provide road access to the village of Plenmeller on the south bank of the river, was completed in 1967,[1] after the Haltwhistle bypass opened, the road was no longer required and it has solely been used a foot bridge since the late 1990s.[1] The bridge also provides access to Bellister Castle on the south bank of the river.[2]


  1. ^ a b "Bellister Bridge". Bridges on the Tyne. Retrieved 20 January 2017. 
  2. ^ "Haltwhistle, Bellister Castle and River South Tyne Walk". Retrieved 20 January 2017. 

Next bridge upstream River South Tyne Next bridge downstream
Haltwhistle A69 Bridge, West
(Road Bridge) 
Bellister Bridge
Grid reference: NY699633
Blue Bridge, Haltwhistle
Foot Bridge)