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HIGHERFORD OLD BRIDGE

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Higherford Old Bridge dates from the 16th or 17th centuries and is built of stone. It was originally used as a packhorse bridge on the route between Colne and Pendle Forest and was without sides until the parapets were added in 1814-1815. It remains in use as a footbridge.

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