Old Coatham Bridge c2020

I took these photographs on Saturday 4 July 2020 of the old Coatham Bridge on Durham Lane near Elton.

Photograph and details courtesy of Tony Cooney.

3 thoughts on “Old Coatham Bridge c2020

  1. I used to ride my 250 Suzuki across it twice a day in the early 70’s when I worked at Commodore on the industrial estate. That was when the A66 ended at the end of Durham Lane.

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  2. We used to bike out from Fairfield to Old Chatham bridge or ‘Devils Bridge’ as we called it. I’m pretty sure the bridge wasn’t bypassed in the early years (talking 68- 74 ish). We also used to go into the woods behind Elton Hall (yeah I know ‘trespass’!) I remember there being a tomb in the woods fenced with railings. When we plucked up the courage to get close we found it contained the remains of a favoured horse.

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  3. I can remember coming back after midnight from some function on a double decker bus and there were no lights on the road and that was in the 1970’s. Scary going over that narrow bridge

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