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Norsworthy Bridge 2 Dartmoor Devon England Uk
England
Norsworthy Bridge lies at the end of Burrator reservoir and crosses the river meavey which feeds into the reservoir. It is a very popular parking area, with many walking and cycling trails leading off into the woods surrounding the area. Recently larch trees have become infected with Phytopphthora Ramorum, which has lead to all the larch trees in the area being felled to prevent the sporses spreading the infection.
Copyright: Geoff mather
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Uploaded: 12/06/2011
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Tags: reservoir; trees; bridge; walking; cycling; woods; plants; moss; g8dhe
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