- Aperture: ƒ/2.8
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 7.9mm
- ISO: 64
The Iron Bridge the first cast iron bridge of it’s kind, and one of the first iron bridges. The main span is 100 feet and 6 inches. The inscription reads: “This bridge was cast at Coalbrook-Dale and erected in the year MDCCLXXIX”.
Looking down on the Engine House, Mill and Weir on the River Avon. Behind this is the ruined Old Castle Bridge, and in the background the replacement Castle Bridge opened in 1793.
Looking down from Warwick Castle and over the River Avon, we can see the trebuchet in the castle grounds. This 2005 built replica is one of the largest siege engines in the world. This monster machine needs a team of eight people to load and fire it. Two people run in each wheel to wind the massive arm back down.
A bit of a dodgy panorama of Warwick Castle. I obviously didn’t make sure that I had enough coverage of the tree and sky on the left.
This the view from the bridge seen in the previous post back to the bridge that photo was taken from.
One of the five iconic bridges over the River Windrush in Bourton-on-the-Water.