Dogmarsh Bridge

These are a couple of bridges, spanning the River Teign, before it enters into the Teign Gorge below Castle Drogo. The first bridge is a fine stone bridge, believed to be from around 1820, it carries the A382 road across the river. With the second a wooden bridge which helps walkers, approaching from the south bank path from Whiddon Wood, to also cross the river without having to head to the road.


Dogmarsh Bridge, the road one

This is the start of the wooden bridge from the Whiddon Woods side

Across the wooden bridge

The River Teign looking in the direction of the stone road bridge