Poohsticks Bridge will soon be undergoing improvements to help it handle a heavy amount of tourists that travel to the area each year.  Originally called Posingford Bridge, it was the place where Winnie the Pooh played Poohsticks in the book The House on Pooh Corner.  That game was also played by the author, A.A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin Milne.  Each year tourists come to see this bridge and play their own game of Poohsticks.  According to an article by BBC News, the bridge gets over 35,000 visitors each year.