The remains of a Roman bridge across the North Tyne.
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Close to Chesters Roman Fort in Northumberland on the eastern river bank you can see evidence of two successive bridges: an early one that just carried Hadrian's Wall, and a second, much larger one, that carried the Military Way - the road that serviced the Wall. This fine bridge, one of the most remarkable survivals on Hadrian's Wall, proclaimed the power and prestige of the Roman emperor and his empire.
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