The walls are from the Wills plastic sheets, the bridge is moulded from my own
originals (like the dry-stone walls), and the clapper bridge is broken bits of slate.

 I was lucky with the gate; the excellent
 Peco moulding is a perfect replica of
 gates found in West Yorkshire!  Back to photo 5  What's through here?  next!

indentThere are still many old clapper bridges close to the S&C.  Details such as this and the "sheep gate" (two large vertical slabs of stone placed close enough to prevent sheep passing through), are found using "local history" books.  It is only through careful attention to these details that it becomes possible to capture local "flavour" in a model.

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