|Location Map ( geo)|
|B3212 • B3357|
|Crossings related to the B3212|
The new bridge at Two Bridges is a rather boring single stone arch across the West Dart River. Unlike the new bridge at Postbridge, it is two way, and gives the impression of being much more modern, perhaps even 20th Century.
Just as at Postbridge 3 miles to the north east, it is believed that the West Dart was formerly crossed by a Clapper Bridge. However, any trace of it now seems long gone, and so the oldest bridge in Two Bridges is the two-arch Stone bridge that provides secondary access to the Two Bridges Hotel. The style of this bridge suggests it was built by the same Turnpike Company, as they built their road across Dartmoor, that was responsible for the new bridge at Postbridge.