The photo id for this photograph is 356, in the Goyt Valley album.

Goyt's Bridge

Photo was originally loaded with the title Pack Horse Bridge but was changed after receiving the comment from Alan.

Photograph added 19th May 2013


Comment 1

Left by Alan Boothby on the 8th September 2015

My father always told the tale of coming down Sandy Lane to this bridge on a very foggy night with a load of hay, destined for Pym Chair Farm, when he discovered that four cars had followed him, all believing they were still on the main road. A.B.

Comment 2

Left by Alan Boothby on the 27th November 2015

I have looked at the caption for this photo many times, this is not of the Pack Horse bridge, this bridge is Goyt's bridge and is still there under the water, the Pack Horse bridge was moved upstream when the reservoir was built.

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