United Kingdom Crawford Bridge Spetisbury

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Chris Frost

About this spot

Crawford Bridge, built in the fifteenth century and later widened in 1819, spans the River Stour at Spetisbury. The bridge, with its nine arches, cut-waters and pedestrian refuges is a Grade 1 listed building and is one of Dorset’s most famous bridges.

As is the case at White Mill Bridge, a couple of miles east along the Stour, Crawford Bridge is an undeniably attractive piece of architecture, and along with the surrounding riverbanks offers numerous photographic opportunities.

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