|Galashiels, Scotland, United Kingdom (Gala Water)|
|Main cables:||Wire (iron)|
- BSI: Originally erected in the form of a traditional suspension bridge, but soon reinforced with wire stays from much larger towers to reduce unwanted motion. Destroyed by flood, 1839.
|1826 Gattonside (Melrose)|
|Melrose, Scotland, United Kingdom (River Tweed)|
|Principals:||Redpath and Brown|
|Status:||In use (last checked, 2009)|
|Main cables:||Chain (iron)|
|Deck width:||4f 4in.|
- Steel cables added, 1992.
|Crathie vicinity, Scotland, United Kingdom (River Dee)|
|Principals:||Justice Junior and Co.|
|Status:||In use, but restricted to foot traffic (last checked, 2011)|
|Main cables:||Eyebar (iron)|
- Small iron chain suspension bridge.
- BSI: Reported to have been "almost entirely renewed", 1885. Ruddock also suggests the bridge was originally constructed with just diagonal stays (as other Justice bridges) and the catenary chains were added during the renewal.
|Birr Castle, County Offaly, Ireland (Camcor River)|
|Status:||Extant (last checked, 2008)|
|Kinnitty Castle, County Offaly, Ireland (Camcor River)|