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Blackaller Weir Exeter
England

Blackaller Weir is very popular with kayakers, particularly when the River Exe is in flood. Above it is Millers Crossing, a cable stayed bridge over the Exe which forms part of Exeter's excellent cycle network.

Opened in late 2002, the bridge features two 6 metre (20') mill stones as anchors for the structure; these echo the mills that used to operate on this section of the Exe in times gone by.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Uploaded: 13/09/2009
Updated: 22/02/2012
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Tags: exeter; mill on the exe; millers crossing; miller's crossing; cycle; cycle network; river exe; wier; mill; river; bridge; cable stay; blackaller; blackaller weir; weir
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