Sunday, 30 October 2011

Bridge, Navigators

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Driving out to Navigators on a wet afternoon because I love the old railway bridge out along the Dunnstown Road. It is a  bluetongue lizard of a bridge - squat and solid - over the little hill.

Perhaps Navigators was named after the navvies (navigators) who built the railway underneath and the bridge above?

You can still travel over it, unlike so many of the old bridges round here that just join up abandoned loops of roadway while a concrete bridge carries the traffic along a new bypass.



Joan and Gary Hunt said...

Hi Liz,

Extremely impressive photos especially the Navigator Bridge atmpospheric set.

Gary Hunt

Elizabeth said...

Thanks Gary, if you like these then I feel quite chuffed! I'm looking out for tyhe results of your rambles...