Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Boggy Bridge Discovered in Lincolnshire

It's estimated to be around 4,000 years old.  From the BBC:

Bronze Age trackway unearthed on Clethorpes beach 

The bog bridge is pretty straight forward.  This one appears to be in (what was once) a low coastal salt-marsh of Cleethorpes beach.

US Forrest Service [Link]

The planks were probably used to access areas for hunting, fishing or trapping.

New Hampshire State Park [Site]

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