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I cannot imagine visiting Stirling and not taking a moment to spend time standing on this bridge and contemplating the historical events associated with it and the area. We found easy parking right nearby.
I found a place to park nearby to my surprise. It was raining and I wouldn’t have stopped if it were a long walk. Stirling is such a beautiful town. When climbing the Wallace monument this bridge is pointed out so I had to get...More
It was pleasant to walk through the quaint town and medieval bridge, but once crossed some of the stones/plaques with information were worn down and difficult to read. It had a good view and an eerie feeling of walking where carriages and traders would hundreds...More
This is a wonderful old 16th C. bridge that is still in daily use (foot bridge). It is just off the A9 and there is a car park on Laurencecroft road. There is historic information about the bridge displayed from a viewing & photography point...More
This was one of our pre-planned stops when biking along the 765 (national biking route). It did not disappoint us at all. The bridge is impressive and together with the river it presents a lot of good photo opportunities.
The only negative comments came from...More