A toast to simple bridges made from railway sleepers

A small pedestrian bridge for walkers near Croxton Kerrial, a village in Leicestershire, near Grantham. Two precarious railway sleepers ford a stream in Long Clawson, Leicestershire.
Thanks to them all!

Used Dutch Oak railway sleepers



RailwaySleepers.com Says..

Wherever you walk in Britain, following isolated footpaths that meander and criss-cross country streams and ditches, you will find tiny foot bridges made from used railway sleepers, that rescue you from getting your feet wet as you avoid squelching ankle deep mud and bubbling waterfalls. Simple, effective and much appreciated.