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At first I didn’t even realise I was on a bridge as the shops either side make it feel like a normal street. However there is a stair way in the middle of the bridge which takes you down on to the bank of the...More
This is one of very few bridges which are fully enclosed with shops, (one of the others is the Ponte Vecchio in Florence) although smaller than its brother, it is nonetheless very beatiful and is located just upstream from the wier on the river Avon.
What a lovely little set piece of Georgian elegance! It’s an eighteenth century take on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence on a much smaller scale. The tiny shops on the bridge add a touch of English eccentricity and charm to the whole.
The bridge is nice historically and is pleasantly located. The first coffee/tea place on the right as you cross the bridge walking away from town is a beautiful place to view the river and the town from. There is a set of stairs about two-thirds...More
Hey, sorry for the delay! Someone might be able to correct me as I'm back in Nashville now but I feel as though there was only one main road into the town of Bath where Pulteney Bridge is located. The winding roads were... More
Hey, sorry for the delay! Someone might be able to correct me as I'm back in Nashville now but I feel as though there was only one main road into the town of Bath where Pulteney Bridge is located. The winding roads were stunning...just wished I could've had a change to pull off for a view and taken some pictures. The mist and light rain prevented us from doing so :(
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