Finishing touches

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Ridgeway dry stone wall (large version)

The finishing touches are being made to the completed sections of Ridgeway bridge. They include a dry stone wall effect, being carried out by a local company, that you can see as you drive over the Ridgeway Hill.

The Ridgeway bridge provides a safe crossing of the new road for cyclists, horse riders and walkers on the South West Coast Path, as well as safe access for local farmers to fields on either side of the road.

It also has a great view, as you can see in this photo.

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2 Responses to “Finishing touches”

  1. tony porter Says:

    It has to be built as the cilent wishes, DCC are veary happy with the work.

  2. Stuart Morris Says:

    Looks lovely. Being a bit pinicky – natural stone walling always looks better with recessed joints, and less mortar showing on the face, or maybe that’s just how it comes over in the photo.
    It will look fine from the road though.

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