The Bridge House in Ambleside is a Lake District icon and is probably the most photographed building in the National Park. The picturesque 17th-century building sits directly over Stock Beck at the northern edge of Ambleside.
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This Lake District High Sweden Bridge Ambleside is thought to date from the late 1700s and crosses Scandale Beck on the route from the town to Patterdale. Though no longer used by horses it is still popular with walkers heading for the fells or on this scenic stroll.
This Lake District Slaters Bridge is Just a short walk down the lane and across the fields from the Three Shires Inn, Slaters Bridge is a delightful 17th Century packhorse bridge spanning the River Brathay.
This chopping board shows the two part Slater Bridge which takes advantage of a central large rock and a very long slate slab to cross the River Brathay on its way from Little Langdale Tarn to Elterwater.