Shaldon Bridge (in Teignmouth, Devon) built in 1827 was at that time one of the longest (about one-third mile) wooden bridges in England. Here is an image of the current bridge at low tide.
Originating on Dartmoor and entering the sea at Teignmouth, the River Teign boasts hugely diverse habitats that attract a large variety of birds and wildlife. At low tide, it appears below that boats are marooned in the river.
Teignmouth, England, is a large seaside town, fishing port and civil parish in the English county of Devon. The River Teign is an impressive 31 miles long and winds its way down from Dartmoor to the sea at Teignmouth.
At low tide, it appears below that boats are marooned in the river.