The Forth Rail Bridge, viewed from
South Queensferry near to Edinburgh and crossing
the Firth of Forth. The Forth Road bridge, a more
modern structure runs alongside.
Pulteney Bridge reflects the Palladian elegrance
in the City of Bath where it crosses the River
Avon. Lined with shops, it was designed by Robert
Adam and built between 1769 - 1774.
Tarr Steps near Hawkridge, in north
Devon, is an example of a clapper bridge. It
spans the River Barles and is constructed
entirely from large pieces of flat stone.
Opinions vary over whether it dates from
mediaeval times or Bronze Age.
Tower Bridge, London