Eight Arch Bridge at Stackpole Estate, Pembrokeshire

The eight arch bridge at Stackpole Court was built in 1797 to connect the mansion and Home Farm to the New Deer Park and Stackpole Quay. It is built from limestone over a weir.

The eight arch bridge at Stackpole Court was built in 1797 to connect the mansion and Home Farm to the New Deer Park and Stackpole Quay. It is built from limestone over a weir.
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Bosherston Lilly Ponds, South Pembrokeshire. Formed in the 19th Century when Stackpole Estate blocked 3 valleys. The eight arch bridge at Stackpole Court was built in 1797 to connect the mansion and Home Farm to the New Deer Park and Stackpole Quay. It is built from limestone over a weir. The eight arch bridge at Stackpole Court was built in 1797 to connect the mansion and Home Farm to the New Deer Park and Stackpole Quay. It is built from limestone over a weir. Comments and critique much appreciated.
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Index PagePembrokeshire..Bosherston Lily Ponds
Date2010-08-30 18:02:36
DescriptionThe eight arch bridge at Stackpole Court was built in 1797 to connect the mansion and Home Farm to the New Deer Park and Stackpole Quay. It is built from limestone over a weir.
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
CopyrightCopyright 2010 Ken & Debbie Davies
Tags Bosherston Lakes Bosherston Lily Ponds Canon EOS 5D Cymru Eight arch bridge Fresh Water National Trust Outdoors Pembrokeshire Ponds River South Pembrokeshire South Wales Stackpole Estate Wales Wales/Cymru West Wales
CameraCanon EOS 5D
LensEF24-105mm f/4L IS USM 
Focal Length75mm
Focal Length (35mm)75mm
Shutter Speed1/200
Aperturef/6.3
ISO Speed100

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