Full house for bridges talk.


There was a ‘full house’ today (Wednesday, February 24th) for a talk  entitled ‘2000 years of crossing the river’ given by Stuart Burroughs, who is the Director of the Museum of Bath at Work.

It was the second in a series of  free talks on the topic of bridges being held at the Guildhall in Bath each Wednesday for three weeks.

Stuart Burroughs – Director of the Museum of Bath at Work.

Stuart gave a brief history of various crossings of the River Avon – from the Roman period onwards – and also took us through  the various styles of bridges currently crossing the river at points throughout the city.

The third and final lecture on the subject – entitled Aesthetics of Bridges – will be given by Prof Tim Ibell FREend, University of Bath, on March 2nd.
All talks last 30 minutes, from 1.10pm-1.45pm. Advance booking not required.