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Ashness Bridge - United Kingdom
Ashness Bridge - United Kingdom
Ashness Bridge
­čôŹ United Kingdom
Ashness Bridge is a stunning structure located in the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, United Kingdom. Situated at the north eastern tip of the Derwentwater, it is a popular tourist spot for shooting photographs due to its natural beauty and cultural history. As one of the most photographed places in the Lake District and England, Ashness Bridge is a great spot to explore, enjoy breathtaking views, and experience the traditional Cumbrian culture. The bridge is a narrow footbridge that was built over a narrow gap on Derwentwater in 1784 by Henry Fisher and Joseph Mood. The jagged outline of its slate roof, the stone arches and its red sandstone abutment make it a uniquely picturesque structure. Its location creates a beautiful effect when the lake is still and misty. It is an excellent spot to enjoy the view and watch wildlife, including waterfowl, otters, and kingfishers. Ashness Bridge is the perfect destination for explorers, tourists, and photographers looking to experience the beautiful scenery and history of the Lake District.

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