Thursday, 29 April 2021

A-Z Challenge 2021 - Photo Shoot: Y - Yarm

 If you follow the A67 from my previous post you will find yourself in the town of Yarm.

There you will be able to see the bridge built originally in the 1400s when it was the bridge over the River Tees nearest the sea.

Yarm Bridge with the Viaduct behind it.

Hopefully you will have seen a shot of the Viaduct under the letter 'V'.

You can get a feel for the size of it from this shot in the town.

The town hall (1700s) would probably fit under one of the arches.

If you have time it will be no problem to explore - 

Yarm Castle

Probably not what sightseers were expecting is it?


Susan Sanderson said...

As far as I can remember the viaduct at Yarm was the second one I ever saw and much bigger than the first, which carried a disused railway in Lancashire.

Barbara Rogers said...

While the viaduct is so huge, somehow the Yarm Castle is a bit of a disappointment.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob - so wonderful to see your thoughts - Yam Viaduct, Yam (1700s) town hall - delightful, and then Yam castle - what fun ... thank you ... interesting to see - Hilary