Another Guidestone, Glaisdale Head

Immediately adjacent to the previous post, this one is a little more eroded.
Guidestones, Glaisdale Head
A Whitby Road side again.
Guidestones, Glaisdale Head
And it looks like another Peckrin (Pickering)
Guidestones, Glaisdale Head
“TH” has also inscribed this one with what looks like a number 73
Guidestones, Glaisdale Head
Ironopolis suggests this is Thomas Harewood of Glaisdale, who inscribed many stones in the area. Some of these are dated in the 1730s, so I suspect this originally carried a date from that decade and the last number has worn away (possibly 1733 if you squint)

Newton Cap Viaduct, Bishop Auckland

Newton Cap Viaduct now carries the main A689 and is not visible from the road or its approaches. There are 11 arches of 60 feet in span, giving a length of 276 yards. Rising 105 feet above the river bed.
Newton Cap Viaduct
Construction started in 1854 with the first freight crossing in 1856.
The line closed in 1968 and became a footpath until the road was diverted onto the viaduct as recently as 1993-95. The Bondgate tunnel also lies buried at the Bishop Auckland end, blocked in 1977.

Transporter Bridge at Newport

When you’re near a large steel works and see a Transporter Bridge near Newport, you can be easily fooled into thinking you’re on Teesside.
Newport Transporter Bridge
However this is the version in Newport, South Wales and was built 5 years before the one in Middlesbrough in 1906.
Newport Transporter Bridge
The Newport version is a little taller, although Middlesbroughs has a longer span.
Newport Transporter Bridge
Theres also a sign pointing to all the other remaining transporters (222 miles to Middlesbrough)
Newport Transporter Bridge