Pack Horse Bridge -- by The most photographed bridge in this part of Lancashire, England, UK. The bridge crosses Wycoller Beck stream and was the route used by pack horses between Yorkshire to Lancashire. The bridge is over 800 years old.
Fairy Bridge, Reelig Glen, Scotland: The story goes that the bridge and grotto in Reelig Glen, near Inverness were built by the fairies living in the wood, which is why locals call it Fairy Glen rather than Reelig
Medieval Bridge - Devon, England photo via aryanna -- The bridge crossing that leads to my circular stone house with thatch roof facing a the ocean from a cliff top with the forest behind.in Ireland of course
Slaters Bridge in Little Langdale is one of the English Lake District national parks iconic views. It’s an old stone packhorse bridge in a lovely setting which took slate miners over the River Brathay on their return to Langdale after a hard day’s work
Although mostly ruined, deep within Yester Castle's interior lies the infamous Goblin Hall, with one of the oldest surviving Gothic stone arched ceilings in existence, built in 1267 in the village of Gifford in East Lothian, Scotland.