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MONUMENT NO. 35762

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A 55 metre long stone clapper bridge over the River Barle. It is constructed from rectangular sandstone slabs, with 17 spans supported on stone piers raised about 1 metre above the river bed. Previously thought to date from the prehistoric period, recent research suggests that it is in fact more likely to be medieval.

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