Posted by : Muhammad Khalid Friday, 15 August 2014

Ashness Bridge is a traditional stone-built bridge on the single-track road from the Borrowdale road  to Watendlath, in the English Lake District. It is at grid reference NY270196, and is famous for being a fine viewpoint across Borrowdale towards Skiddaw. It or its predecessor may have been a packhorse bridge conveying packhorse traffic from Watendlath to Keswick. Near the bridge is a small cairn to Bob Graham, who ran a round of 42 Lakeland peaks in 1932, a record which was not equalled for 28 years.  Source

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