Elvet Bridge is a medieval arched bridge across the River Wear in the city of Durham. It is the oldest bridge on the River Wear. The rowing boats in the foreground are extremely popular with tourists who vie for space on the Wear with the University scullers who row their streamlined rowing boats up and down the Wear all day.
Storm clouds over the old Elvet Bridge In Durham. The oldest bridge over the River Wear. There were buildings and two chapels on this bridge originally. The remains of St Andrew's Chapel which was on the east side of the bridge can still be seen.
A digital watercolour from a photograph of Durham Cathedral looking up from the bank of the River Wear
The imposing castle of Durham sitting high on the bank over the river Wear near the Framwellgate bridge
Elvet Bridge - one of three stone arched bridges over the river Wear
Durham Cathedral ovelooking the River Wear in the late afternoon sun.
Elvet Bridge in Durham at night.
Prebends Bridge is one of three stone arch bridges over the River Wear in Durham. A solitary rower sculling along the river, a common sight in Durham