Because of the dark color, I originally thought the deck was supported by steel girders. However, because of the large camber I'm now thinking it must be a cast-in-place reinforced concrete bridge.
I like the metal railing on this bridge (that continues along the sidewalk). I also like the little masonry abutments. Looking downstream (along the River Avon) is the big, Fisherton Street (vehicular) Bridge.
Salisbury is very pretty (with beautiful bridges, buildings, houses, quay walls). Stonehenge is just north of town (along with neolithic burial mounds) and the area has so much history that it gives an added dimension to one's surroundings.
Great Britain: Bishops Mill Bridge in Salisbury by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.