AN old medieval bridge has been rediscovered under Scotland’s River Teviot near Ancrum.
The ‘lost’ bridge was said to be one of the most important structures of Medieval Scotland.
It took two years of work to finally discover the old bridge that was hidden beneath the water for centuries.
Experts used radiocarbon dating and found out that it came from the mid 1300’s.
That makes it the oldest scientifically-dated bridge remains found in their original position, according to them.
The ancient bridge was said to have been built during the reigns of David II of Scotland and Edward III of England.