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The river area round the bridge is very attractive. Local children enjoy wading in the shallow river and there are picnic benches. Difficult parking especially at weekends. Worth going to Lostwithiel by train, station very close to the bridge.
As this was our first such bridge on this trip, I recalled and dismissed a vague feeling of familiarity in encountering Lostwithiel's Tudor Bridge.It's a wonderful spot to in which to enjoy a respite along with families, kids, walkers, bicyclists and the like. In reading...More
This bridge was a short walk from where we stayed. Historical signs provide the details, great to see families enjoying the Riverside and kids playing in the stream. Cross the bridge to see the railway which has a lovely oldy world feeling about it.
There is not much to say about the fact that this is a bridge. Old it may be but it’s not an attraction that will do anything for you unless you are interested in history and architecture; thankfully I am and I found this a...More