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Clapper bridge over the River Dart

Clapper bridge over the River Dart

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Clapper bridge over the River Dart in Dartmoor, South Devon, UK. A clapper bridge is an ancient stone bridge formed by laying large flat stones supported by stone piers to create a crossing over a river or stream. The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon word cleaca, meaning 'bridging the stepping stones'. Photographed in summer.

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