Wisdome Bridge

This bridge sits on a narrow back lane between the hamlet of Tor and the village of Cornwood. It spans the River Yealm as it leaves the higher Dartmoor area and starts out across South Hams. This bridge is also known as Vicarage Bridge (as per the sign next to it) or Parsonage Bridge. Its a double arch bridge with refuges helping the walker cross the bridge safely away from the road traffic. The bridge was built in the 17th/18th century and has been in its current state since that day apart from a bit of extra cement along the tops.

The River Yealm and Wisdome Bridge
The parapets/refuges are either side of this road bridge. As it says on the sign it is known as Vicarage Bridge but Historic England have it as Wisdome Bridge