Piercebridge Roman Bridge is the ruin of a Roman bridge over the River Tees, northern England. It is near the villages of Cliffe (North Yorkshire) and Piercebridge, County Durham.
The most recent excavations were by Channel 4's Time Team in 2009.
Ste H | Jun 15, 2018
Had a quick visit to find that the river had moved a fair bit since our Roman brothers were here.You can see it was a bridge though.Worth a look.
Rob Stewart | Feb 25, 2018
Amazing structure! Free parking at top of the track, then what can be a bit of a muddy walk at times, down an ancient track to the remains of the bridge foundations. Showing just how far the river has moved, over the centuries.
Graham Denison | Jan 28, 2018
Great historical site. Easy access from A1
Lyubomir Kuntorov | Sep 23, 2017
Lovely little historical site,realistically speaking not much left of the fort bit the place is still magic.I go there every weekend and my kids love it too.Definitely worth seeing even for a half an hour
Cathryn Donlon | Feb 12, 2018
interesting but very cold in february
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