Sheridans Guides to Great Britan & Ireland

Hadrians wall/Hexham/ Haydon Bridge, Northumberland

Haydon Bridge is a village in Northumberland, England, with a population of about 2000. Its most distinctive features are the two bridges crossing the River South Tyne; the picturesque original bridge for which the village was named (now restricted to pedestrian use) and a modern bridge which used to carry the A69 road. A bypass was completed in 2009 and the A69 now bypasses the village to the south.[

Map of Hadrians wall/Hexham/ Haydon Bridge