Saturday, October 1, 2011
England - Wiltshire-Somerset - September 1969
I noticed, on Google Maps, a bridge further up steam, which is called New Bridge by the way! and took a shot from there so we can see the lovely single lane bridge built by Bishop Bingham.
The excavations at Cadbury Castle in the 1960's uncovered evidence of a long occupation, beginning in 3000 BC and running through to 1000 AD. Occupation was spasmodic, with the fort being unoccupied for long periods. The major periods of construction were the Neolithic era, Late Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman, Post-Roman, and Late Saxon.
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From Salisbury in Wiltshire to South Cadbury in Somerset.