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Nice to see the chalk streams running again in stretches that have been dry for years. The stone bridge at Hughenden Park wich carries the entrance drive to the church and Hughenden Manor.

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  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Feb 2013, 07:21
A sturdy bridge which looks to have a long history John
John Prior: It must be quite old, I discovered one of my new wellies had sprung a major leak taking this, but one has to suffer in the attempt I suppose.
a fine b&w John. The bridge is a little gem
John Prior: Thanks Bill, nice to see it with water after a long dry spell.
  • Tony
  • UK
  • 5 Feb 2013, 11:59
I love historic bridges and other outdoors 'furniture' like this. It's a very cute little bridge.
John Prior: Thanks Tony
This looks to be a very old bridge.
John Prior: It must at least date from Disraeli's time
  • Frances
  • United States
  • 5 Feb 2013, 14:22
A wonderful b/w John. Great scene.
John Prior: Thanks a lot Frances
  • Chad Doveton
  • where latitude and longitude meet
  • 5 Feb 2013, 15:15
Very nice John, but what about the wherefores?
John Prior: The wherefore is that having waded to midstream I discovered my new wellies had sprung a major leak smile

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