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Blyth Bridge Footbridge

The footbridge at Blyth Bridge - located over a redundant water pipe - was installed as a goodwill gesture to the local community following work carried out between February 2014 and July 2015 to upgrade the aqueduct, which moves raw water from Talla Reservoir in the Scottish Borders to Glencorse Water Treatment Works near Edinburgh.


Scottish Water has installed a new walkway for pedestrians in the Scottish Borders as part of a £7.6 million improvements project on the Talla Aqueduct.