Little Ouseburn Bridge Posted on Thursday, 19th March , 2015 by Stephen G. Hipperson Little Ouseburn bridge crosses the stream known as Ouse Gill Beck at….. Little Ouseburn, North Yorkshire. I understand the bridge was constructed in the middle of the 18th Century. —Stephen— Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
A fine bridge.
Yes, its quite a nice little bridge.
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Good luck with your new venture – it’s looking good! 🙂
It’s a little beauty, Stephen. But why does the local Council not maintain the area better …?
An interesting question.
Part of the answer will be one of budget but a significant consideration would be the more ‘naturalistic’ ideal many seek nowadays. If the undergrowth gets too much it will be cleared, but the ultimate aim is to allow wildlife, in all it’s forms, to take advantage of as many habitats as it can.
OK … I suppose that makes sense. Maybe if the bridge’s background is some kind of small wilderness …?
Just for you! 😉
It’s in the middle of a typical area of countryside. I suspect the small beck that it crosses has been known to flood on a occasion – hence the three arches – and the field in the foreground is probably only ever used for cattle/horses/sheep grass.
Fantastic image!! What a location!! I would love to visit this bridge and listen to the stream, one day. Superb shot. Jubilant cheers to you,
Thank you! It must have been a magical place in the old days of the horse and cart.