In the Hundred of Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire


Bradford Town Bridge

The Town Bridge, Bradford on Avon is of nine arches, of which the two on the far (southern) side are pointed and date from the 13th or 14th centuries. A bridge of some sort was in existence here in 1200. Learn more

Barton Bridge

A little downstream is Barton Bridge, which is all medieval of about 1340, with three pointed arches.

Staverton Bridge

Staverton Bridge is the next bridge upstream from Bradford. Like the Town Bridge two medieval arches have been preserved on the Holt side, the rest rebuilt and then doubled in width.