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Nearby are these two bridges, an ancient clapper bridge and the relatively modern one carrying the road towards Princetown.
Through the bridge above is the actual meeting point of the East and West Dart Rivers, the East in the foreground, the West coming in in the background and the combined River Dart flowing away to the left.
Now to Widecombe in the Moor, this building was the Sexton's Cottage but is now a National Trust/Dartmoor National Park visitor information centre.
Widecombe church seen across the village green.
Another view of Widecombe church.
Now some views out on the moor between Widecombe and Haytor - in the one on the left a couple of ponies add scale to the scene.
A few more in the same area.
This site was last updated 21-09-2011