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The rail and road bridges from the Plymouth side of the river looking over to Cornwall.

The rail and road bridges from the Plymouth side of the river looking over to Cornwall.

Delford Bridge, a granite clapper bridge, also known as Delfy Bridge and Delfy ford is built over the De Lank River, near St Breward. A Clapper bridge is a Saxon word, cleaca, meaning 'bridging the stepping stones' and is so named because it is formed by using huge altar like slabs of granite supported on stone pillars - One of the finest examples of clapper bridges to be found in Cornwall

Delford Bridge, a granite clapper bridge, also known as Delfy Bridge and Delfy ford is built over the De Lank River, near St Breward. A Clapper bridge is a Saxon word, cleaca, meaning 'bridging the stepping stones' and is so named because it is formed by using huge altar like slabs of granite supported on stone pillars - One of the finest examples of clapper bridges to be found in Cornwall

Geevor_waterwheel_stamps The restored 19th century waterwheel and tin stamps at Geevor Tin Mine, Cornwall, England. They were removed from Locke Farm, near Nancledra, in 1983.

Geevor_waterwheel_stamps The restored 19th century waterwheel and tin stamps at Geevor Tin Mine, Cornwall, England. They were removed from Locke Farm, near Nancledra, in 1983.

LUXULYAN VALLEY: remains of the water wheel that drove the incline railway in the Luxulyan valley, Cornwall.

LUXULYAN VALLEY: remains of the water wheel that drove the incline railway in the Luxulyan valley, Cornwall.

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