|Name||Tyne High Level Bridge, Newcastle, England|
|Design||Robert Stephenson, Thomas E Harrison|
|Contractors||Ironwork: Hawks, Crawshay & Sons, Losh, Wilson and Bell, Abbot & Co,
Piers and north approach:Rush & Lawton
|Where||Over River Tyne|
|Latitude||N 54 58' 01"|
|Longitude||W 01 36' 30"|
|Why||Carries railway, road traffic and pedestrians connecting Gatesdhead and Newcastle|
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|Overall type||Arch - two levels. Upper railway sits on top of cast iron arches with lower roadway suspended from arches.|
|Span||6 spans of 38.1 m.|
|Materials||Cast iron arches|