Shaldon Bridge (in Teignmouth, Devon) built in 1827 was at that time one of the longest (about one-third mile) wooden bridges in England. Here is an image of the current bridge at low tide.
A walking bridge in rainy Cotswold – a local government district in Gloucestershire, England – with traditional Cotswold style architecture (or storybook style) cottages in the background
We end our series of images from England. We hope you had a glimpse of the historical landmarks and beauty of English countryside.
A little girl reaches out to a street musician in Wells, England
A colorful cafe on the banks of River Thames in Windsor, England
The Road Untraveled, an art sculpture by Diane Maclean in the grounds of Salisbury Cathedral, England
The ubiquitous telephone booth is still present in England but has also been re-purposed to serve other purposes
Our stay in England included some traditional bed and breakfast places with warm hospitality
Memories of England include lush green landscapes of the countryside
Two sides of one street in Hawkshead, England – one with old buildings and one with newer ones – signifying change
A cobbled street with color in Hawkshead, England. A red car blends in the surroundings.
A colorful cafe with outdoor sitting in the main street of Hawkshead, England
By looking at the empty kegs outside , it seems like people were thirsty at the The Sun Inn in Hawkshead, England
A cemetery set on a lush green hilltop in Hawkshead, England
Hawkshead is a village and civil parish in Cumbria, England. The township of Hawkshead was originally owned by the monks of Furness Abbey. Hawkshead grew to be an important wool market in medieval times and later as a market town after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1532. It was granted its first market charter by King James I in 1608.
St Michaels and All Angels Parish Church and Cemetery overlooks the town of Hawkshead.
Flowers add color to a traditional guest house in rural Lake District, England
A stone fence guards the pasture in the Lake District, England
A quaint village in the rural setting of the Lake District, England
Stately homes on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District of England