Standon Steps Footbridge

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The original stepping stones form the base of the piers for the footbridge.  The footbridge was originally built by German POWs and later rebuilt by the military.  It is believed a clapper bridge also once spanned the river at this point and that the steps may have formed the base of that clapper bridge.

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