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LANDACRE BRIDGE

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Probable late medieval bridge, which spans the River Barle on five pointed arches. An Ordnance Survey bench mark on a stone slab is set into the inner face of the north parapet wall. According to a documentary source, the bridge was in existence by 1610. It was restored in 1875.

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