Wearmouth Bridge is a through arch bridge across the River Wear in Sunderland. It is the final bridge over the river before its mouth with the North Sea. The current bridge is the third Wearmouth Bridge in its position. The first opened in 1796 and then was reconstructed in the 19th century. Still carries foot passengers, buses, (Trams long gone) and all traffic heading North or South. info courtesy of Wikipedia.

Photo courtesy of The Sunderland Site. RK