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Historic Whitney-on-Wye single track Toll Bridge dates back to 1779. One of just a few remaining in the UK. Two earlier bridges were washed away by the strong river currents and a stone and timber construction was built in 1797.Open 365 days a year...more
This privately owned wooden bridge is a wonderful feat of engineering. It (currently) costs £1 to cross, and you get a code that then allows you back across for free on the same day.
Great views over the river Wye. A parking area down the...More
This place is close to my heart. The setting is absolutely gorgeous. The fee you pay for crossing the bridge is absolutely crucial and well worth the cost, in fact I'd happily pay more if it meant the bridge is being maintained throughout the years...More
This is a lovely old toll bridge, which can be a short cut to Hay- on -Wye. It is a single tract bridge made of stone and wood. Snacks are on sale at the toll house and there are picnic tables nearby where you can...More
We recently camped here for three nights .... what a magical spot and the photo shows the view from our tent.
This wonderful place is now under new ownership so there will be quite some updating of facilities, but in the meantime they are more...More
We came upon the bridge by chance as We were out for a drive whilst camping in the area. It came as a bit of a shock but was great fun if a tad scary!It was evening time so very quiet. I would love to...More
Driving to Hay-on-Wye, we took the shortcut by paying the princely sum of £1 to cross a wood and stone toll bridge (one of only 8 in private hands in the UK).
The Whitney Bridge is over 200 years old, and is well preserved -...More