Vicarstown Bridge, also known as Vicarstown Rolling Bridge, is a rolling bridge of 120ft span which is situated at Vicarstown. It connects Sodor to The Mainland crossing the Walney Channel. It was designed by Sir Topham Hatt and was erected in 1915. Since 1925, the North Western Railway has rights to run powers over the bridge to Barrow-in-Furness. Also since that year, the Other Railway is allowed to operate the joint LMS/BR/NWR service over the bridge to Norramby.