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by forestgump View the latest post
Mon Oct 25, 2021 22:31
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Exford Bridge :
Exford Bridge carries the B3224 over the River Exe in the pretty village of Exford near the centre of Exmoor National Park. The village name makes it apparent that the river was originally forded, but the current bridge is believed to have replaced a series of bridges dating back to the Medieval period.
The bridge itself is a 3-arch stone bridge which was built in 1930 to provide a wider deck for modern vehicular traffic levels, and indeed it still offers 2 lanes for traffic and
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