Travel Photo Thursday – Pulteney Bridge Posted on July 28, 2011 by Marcia Mayne The Pulteney Bridge over the Avon River, Bath Named after Frances Pulteney, heiress of Bathwich, the Pulteney Bridge was built in 1773 over the Avon River near Bath. The river is mesmerizing, I could have watched it for hours. Avon River near Pulteney Bridge, Bath Enjoy the views! Share this: Tweet Related
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How is it going? I’m concerned about all the technical challenges you are having and I do hope they get resolved… Meanwhile, I responded via email to your latest missive… and missed the part that you had already sought out tech help! 🙂
The steel gods must be angry… and mercury is on hiatus.
All will be well.
By the way, I forgot to add that you have such beautiful pictures for this post… 🙂
You’ve used this photo before, I just don’t remember the exact day. Either way, I still feel elated by it!
I’m keeping my fingers crossed that that was just a hiccup. Thanks, Elizabeth. Replied to your email.
Hope I’m back on track for good.
Thank you. So do you!
Yes, I’ve used the bottom photo. First time using the top one. I’ve been using and reusing the bottom one and didn’t notice until last night how beautiful the top one looked with the building in the background.
Glad you like.
Beautiful! Cliche but yes, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Glad to see the site back up too! Love, love the photos….I’m always entranced by old world architecture. I will have to check this one out.
Bath is such a pretty place. I was only there for a short time as a stop on a whirlwind day tour, but I really enjoyed it. Nice photos.
Beautiful shots! My parents went to Bath last year (but their photos weren’t as nice as yours!)
Hi Marcia, glad to see you back up and running! Lovely photos, I’ve never been to Bath, but I feel a visit is required very soon!
Thank, Stephanie. I wish I could have stayed longer myself but this taste of it will last in my memory forever.
Thanks for the visit.
I do too. So much so that sometimes I think I was born at the wrong time.
Thanks for visiting
I’m sure they loved it. It’s such a beautiful place.
I’m not sure how far away you are but you should make it a Sunday drive with your kids. I bet they’d love it.
I have seen anything like this. Is that a curved man made structure jutting out of the river?? What is it?
Bath is such a fascinating place, particularly for its public baths. Have you tried them yet? I love this photo of the bridge. And that water feature is remarkable! It must’ve been quite a sight.
Yes, it is. I hadn’t seen anything like it before either, Grace. It’s quite beautiful.
Yes, we did the Roman Bath as well. I could have stood on that bridge for hours, just watching the water. There was a garden or park nearby that I only noticed as we were leaving. I’d love to go back and spend a whole day exploring. Next time.
Beautiful bridge. The river does look mesmerizing. Haven’t been the Bath yet, but it’s on the list! Lovely pics.
I am with you, I could watch that river for hours. Great picture!
You must go, Cathy. It’s such a beautiful place. I wish I could have stayed.
I’d love to hear what you think about it.
Thanks, Bob! It’s quite beautiful.
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