Second Century Roman Bridge to be Excavated

Hexham Courant: A major archaeological dig is planned, to excavate a Roman Bridge in the village of Corbridge, England near Hadrian's Wall. A Roman bridge, built near the town of Corbridge in England in the second century, once carried soldiers and subjects alike on the main route between London and Scotland. The remains of the bridge are currently buried in mud or submerged in the river, and are believed to have once been very grand, with statues and monumental arches. Excavation of the area will begin this summer and will be partly paid for with a