#Lynrock Bridge to be Restored

Back in March 2011, while on one of my regular walks on Exmoor, I came across the Lynrock bridge that was damaged by a fallen oak tree back in 2009.

The National Trust was awarded a £20,000 grant, a share of a £100,000 grant fund competition offer by Bovril Great Outdoor Revival.

The bridge was built in 3 weeks by local craftsmen just over a mile away and once completed, the National Trust had the tricky task of transporting the new bridge and lifting it into place.

It’s never dull on Exmoor.

Ever visited Watersmeet? Please do leave your experience of your visit or perhaps of my image in the comments below.

Don’t forget, you can purchase a copy of this print to hang on your wall, just click on the photo.

Mark’s score : 7 out of 10.

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