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Introducing Postbridge

The quaint hamlet of Postbridge owes its popularity, and its name, to its medieval stone slab or clapper bridge; a 13th-century structure with four, 10ft-long slabs propped up on sturdy columns of stacked stones. Walking over takes you accross the rushing East Dart river; a picturesque spot to whip off your boots and plunge your feet into water that's quite possibly never felt so cold.