Marsh Bridge

Marsh Bridge - Exmoor
Marsh Bridge at Autumn and small swirls of lines from the foam flowing over the rocks. Marsh Bridge is a road bridge over the River Barle. It is probably 18th century, and was repaired in 1818-1819. The bridge was altered in 1866-1867, when the central pier was removed and the iron bridge inserted. The parapet was destroyed in 1952, and reconstructed in steel 1979-1980.
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