3000 year old Tarr Steps are rebuilt after flood damage

Engineers began the painstaking process of rebuilding one of Britain’s oldest bridges – after the 1,000-year-old crossing was washed away in floods. The ancient 180ft Tarr Steps clapper bridge, situated on the River Barle in Exmoor, Somerset, dates…

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