Station Road Bridge

A view from the bottom of Station Road looking across the river, towards Hemyock Railway Station and part of the old Milk Factory. After this picture was taken, a small wooden bridge was installed (by the Milk Factory) to enable the public easier access accross the River Culm when it was flooded.

In March 2011, the ‘original’ wooden footbridge (which would have been on the right-hand side of the road in this picture) was removed following the opening of a new wooden footbridge on the opposite side of the road.

Click on the picture to see the location and how it looks, in more recent times.

Crossing the Culm River at Station Road

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