The Hyde's England Trip, June, 2004
The tiny village of Postbridge in the center of Dartmoor
On the way to Postbridge, we see a young Dartmoor pony with a neat pattern in its mane.
The road over the newer bridge (17th century) at the tiny village of Postbridge
Mary Jane and Jan on the 13th century Clapbridge
The newer road bridge in the distance.
The beautiful arches of the road bridge at Postbridge
The 13th century Clapbridge used for horse and mule traffic.
The bridge was created for pack mules hauling tin ore from nearby tin mines.
Mary Jane and Scott on the Clapbridge
View of road bridge from Clapbridge.
Scott on Clapbridge to show you how wide it is.
View of creek from the Clapbridge
A pub's old wall and gardens in Postbridge
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