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A lovely walk

The weekend we were there it rained all the time, however we did have a lovely walk along here to... read more

Reviewed May 31, 2018
nannychrisy
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London, United Kingdom
"A great way to cross the river."

While visiting this fair city, I walked about three miles in order to see everything that was... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2018
Dave46033
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Fishers, Indiana
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Reviewed May 31, 2018

The weekend we were there it rained all the time, however we did have a lovely walk along here to the town.

Thank nannychrisy
Reviewed April 13, 2018

While visiting this fair city, I walked about three miles in order to see everything that was there. Crossing on this bridge provided me an opportunity to take some photos of the geese and swans, without getting into the water. The rest of the journey...More

Thank Dave46033
Reviewed January 27, 2018

A footbridge spanning the Avon which used to be the track of an old tramway. Enjoyable views of the area and of the river and it's wildlife Gets you over the river avoiding the road and it's traffic and links the gardens either side

2  Thank WorcesterMoray
Reviewed October 31, 2017

Strolling over this old historical bridge on a sunny fall day was wonderful! It's nice to use this foot bridge, not worry about traffic, and take in the views and sights. Lots of ducks, swans, canal boats on the river, and great people watching. Parked...More

1  Thank pasowine
Reviewed September 10, 2017

A busy little bridge that dates back to 1823 and is now used as a foot bridge. Any number of beautiful white swans sails gently under the bridge. Loads of people use it daily and it's still standing. A nice bit of ancient history to...More

1  Thank Adrienne P
Reviewed September 2, 2017

Historically was the tramway for a service no longer in use. Now it provides a pedestrian only access across the river, leading into the canal basin via a new bridge going across the lock. Good views looking down the river are a bonus & it...More

Thank graham r
Reviewed August 9, 2017

Lovely place to meander & take in the scenery, with a river full of ducks & swans & lovely landscape scenery to take some amazing pictures of, both in the day & after dusk.

Thank louisek2001
Reviewed June 13, 2017

We walked along the old tramway into Stratford, over the bridge, this is a nice area, somewhere to have a cup of tea, a picnic or a meal in the eatery's, right by the river.

Thank Adamsfamily2016
Reviewed May 31, 2017

The history of this bridge can get overshadowed by the volume of people using it during the summer, but well worth a look. You can stop and admire the views in either direction along the river including the swans and other wildlife. There is a...More

Thank Timmide
Reviewed May 29, 2017 via mobile

Last time we walked over the historic tramway, this time we hired a boat and walked under it. Love how the heritage of the bridge is being maintained.

Thank Kelly W
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