A footbridge across the River Wye settled in the landscape

A while ago we visited friends in Herefordshire. Knowing my interest in bridges they took us on a country walk to a lovely footbridge over the River Wye. With these friends, on an earlier visit, we, well me really, enjoyed seeing the ancient Monnow Bridge in Monmouth.

Back to the bridge over the River Wye. It’s the Sellack footbridge, which sits charmingly in the landscape. The footbridge connects the hamlets of Sellack and King’s Caple. Should you want to visit the bridge, you can following the short circular walk described in Three Churches and a bridge, and HERE too. Click on images to expand.

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