Tuesday, April 08, 2014

The White Bridge

Another Ramsey landmark,  and regular haunt, the aptly (if not imaginatively) named White Bridge, situated in The Poyll Dooey Nature Reserve, crossing over the Sulby river.  It's basically a single file pedestrian only bridge, although bikes and motorbikes can be walked and not ridden across. It really is quite a narrow and sturdy, but perfectly formed walkway that allows you to reach the other side of the river without getting your feet wet. 

When looking for information about this bridge,  I've  just found the vaguest reference, or uncorroborated info. How long it's been here who knows, apart from the ducks possibly who appear to live below it, coming out for a waddle and food off locals. A mystery perhaps an older local can solve.


Ramsey Mom said...

Lovely hun

Manxmaid said...

the whitey. library. old ramsey books luv.

William Kendall said...

A lovely setting for a lovely bridge!

Halcyon said...

Wow! That is a skinny little thing!


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