I headed downstream on the Scottish side towards Berwick. 3 miles later is the bridge that was constructed as part of the Berwick by pass. Its ugly, but functional.
After this bridge we are about 2 miles from the mouth of the Tweed and hence the North Sea. My first view this morning of the Royal Border bridge, which carries the East Coast rail line was this just as the sun was coming up.
I was nearing my turnaround point but there are another 2 bridges in Berwick. I'm not sure if they have "proper" names, but I know them as the "old" bridge and the "new" bridge.