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Pulteney Bridge leading into Great Pulteney Street

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  • A view of the bridge and the weir
  • off the bridge towards Great Pulteney Street
  • A view of the bridge and the weir
  • The beginning of Pulteney Bridge
  • Viewing the back of the shops
  • A view off the bridge looking down Great Pulteney Street
  • Shops to the right of the bridge towards Great Pulteney Street
  • A view from the Avon river path way

Pulteney Bridge

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Quick Overview

Traffic on the bridge is restricted to service viecles, taxi and bus.
Attewmpting to cross the bridge in any direction will lead to a fixed penalty fine.
The bridge is lined by shops and restaurants continuing through to Argyle St, Laura Place and Great Pulteney Street



Traffic on the bridge is restricted to service viecles only, taxi, bus. Cameras in place leading to a fixed penalty fine. The bridge is lined by shops and restaurants leading into Argyle St, Laura Place following through into Great Pulteney Street
Pulteney Bridge, spans across the River Avon and is one of only four bridges lined with shops in the world. The Bridge was completed in 1773. The designer Robert Adam's was inspired by what he saw in Florence and Venice. The plans were drawn up by Thomas Baldwin, a local Bath architect. For detailed history visit