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Goat Hill Bridge

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Goat Hill Bridge
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Goat Hill Bridge carries the B3358 across the River Barle just inside the Somerset border on Exmoor. It is the closest bridge on a classified road to the river's source, and as such is a very small single arch structure of uncertain age. Despite this, however, the road takes a tight U-bend to cross the bridge, following the contours to save on building an embankment or larger bridge. This suggests that the bridge is somewhat older, as otherwise the straightness of the road would probably have taken priority.

Goat Hill Bridge
Other nearby roads
A39 • A396 • A399 • B3188 • B3189 • B3190 • B3191 • B3222 • B3223 • B3224 • B3225 • B3227 • B3234 • B3358 • Porlock Toll Road • Worthy Toll Road
Crossings of the Rivers Exe and Barle
River ExeExe Head Bridge • Exford Bridge • Hele Bridge • Exebridge • Stuckeridge Bridge • North Devon Link Road Bridge • Kennedy Way Bridge • Exe Bridge (Tiverton) •
Great Western Way Bridge • Bickleigh Bridge • Cowley Bridge • Exe Bridges • Countess Weir Bridge • Exe Viaduct
River BarleGoat Hill Bridge • Tarr Steps • Dulverton Bridge

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