Bowerchalke (Wiltshire) - Bowerchalke Down, aka Marleycombe Hill - Applespill Bridge area
Seven ghostly men carrying a gold coffin have been reported crossing the bridge - a local legend says that a coffin made of gold was found and stolen from a nearby barrow. Another ghost carrying a bag of jangling coins also walks the area, normally following people around.
A phantom car in Wiltshire.
Box (Wiltshire) - Shockerwick bridge
This blue Morris Minor appears without warning, forcing drivers to collide with it, though no impact occurs.
Braddan (Isle of Man) - 'Real' Fairy Bridge
Bridge still present
This is another site said to be home to the fairies, and it is considered unlucky not to say hello or wave to them as you cross the bridge.
Braydeston (Norfolk) - Bay's Bridge
19 May (reoccurring)
This bridge is said to be one of several which Sir Thomas passes over in his coach on the anniversary of his daughter's death.
Brigg (Lincolnshire) - Bridge along Wrawby road
One of three bridges in Lincolnshire that is said to be a haunt of the black shuck, this one normally manifesting on a Saturday night.
Old postcard of the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Bristol (Somerset) - Clifton Suspension Bridge
The shades seen drifting around on the bridge are thought to belong to those who have jumped off, taking their own lives.
Bristol (Somerset) - Dead end lane in Hallen Bristol, next to the M49 bridge
1908 and December 2004
The large black dog seen here in 1908 was seen to climb out from a hedge, before transforming into a donkey and standing on its hind legs. A very similar creature was seen in 2004, as it passed through a car, shaking the occupant.
Broxbourne (Hertfordshire) - Bridge
15 August 2014, around midnight
Dressed in old fashioned clothing and hair style, this woman was spotted by a couple of witnesses as they drove past in their car. The figure stood motionless staring into the water.
Burgh (Norfolk) - Bridge
19 May (reoccurring)
A ghostly coach and four passes over this bridge once a year. It is said to be driven by a headless Sir Thomas Boleyn and is one of eleven (or twelve, or forty) bridges that he passes over on the night of his daughter Anne's execution.
Burgh St Peter (Norfolk) - Bridge
A ghostly coach is driven across the bridge in the village, although to whom it belongs is unknown.
Burton on Trent (Staffordshire) - Branston Bridge
19 July 2011
A driver reported seeing a white figure pass over the middle of the bridge. The light from his headlights appeared to go through the figure, and once it reached the far side of the bridge, the figure vanished.
Buxton (Norfolk) - Bridge
19 May (reoccurring)
A ghostly coach and four passes over this bridge once a year. It is said to be driven by a headless Sir Thomas Boleyn and is one of eleven bridges that he passes over on the night of his daughter Anne's execution.
Caergwrle (Clwyd) - Packhorse Bridge
A team from the Cheshire Paranormal Society photographed a strange white figure crossing this footbridge late at night during one of their vigils. It is said a total of three spirits haunt the bridge, a young girl and two older women.
A ghostly coach for Christmas.
Calcutt (Wiltshire) - Bridge in the area (A419?)
24 December (reoccurring)
This coach, pulled by a team of four horses, crosses a bridge close to Calcutt.
Calstock (Cornwall) - Cotehele Quay, Bridge
A part of the bridge is reportedly stained by blood from a murder that occurred long ago - nothing has ever been able to shift the mark (although it is said to be now painted over).
Cannington (Somerset) - Bridge over brook, and in nearby public house
When the nunnery stood here, one sister was beaten to death after straying from the path. Her ghost can still be seen waiting on the bridge.
Carnock (Fife) - Conscience Bridge
Named after a murderer who decided to confess to his crimes on the site, the bridge once had a reputation for being a place where wishes could be made.
Castle Douglas (Dumfries and Galloway) - Cuckoo Bridge, near the town
The waters below are said to hide the body of a murdered infant, whose cries can sometimes be heard. A horrifying white shape has also been reported.
Chester (Cheshire) - The Bridge of Sighs, near Northgate
A man cycling to an appointment along Northgate Street looked up at the bridge and spotted two or three people dressed in old fashioned clothing. They then vanished, leaving the man rather surprised. Prisoners being led to church prior to execution would cross this bridge, and it is believed their sighs can still be heard.
Christchurch (Dorset) - Town Bridge
Sounds of singing, pipes and drums are said to be occasionally heard from the bridge.
Church Knowle (Dorset) - Stone Bridge along Knowle Hill
Lady Banks held nearby Corfe Castle against the Roundheads during the English Civil War. The defences were only broken after a treacherous Royalist officer opened the gates. Lady Banks has been named as the lady in a white flowing dress who haunts the bridge.
Clayton le Moors (Lancashire) - Dunkenhalgh Hall (currently a hotel) and nearby bridge
25 December (reoccurring)
A former maid at the hall, Lucette fell pregnant after a torrid affair with the master - he was not interested in her long term future, so Lucette took her own life. The maid's misty white form now comes back around Christmas to remind others of her fate.
Clitheroe (Lancashire) - Bridge
The ghostly blood from a man murdered on the bridge is said to periodically pool here.
Clonlara (County Clare) - Bridge (may no longer be standing), two miles south west of village
Late nineteenth century
A dark shadow-like horse was named by some to be a puca, although it would appear no one stayed around long enough to find out for sure.
The ghost was soon banished.
Clonlara (County Clare) - Canal bridge
A female ghost appeared and haunted the area around the canal bridge as it was being constructed in the 1760s. The entity was banished by the laying of a slab with her likeness upon it.