3,000-year-old bridge known as the Devil's sunbathing spot is washed away
It has stood the test of time for 3,000 years - enduring harsh winters and millennia of use.
But the recent deluge of rain has become too much for one of Britain's oldest bridges and it has been swept away by a raging river.
The 180ft iconic clapper bridge Tarr Steps in Exmoor, Somerset, which dates back to around 1000 B.C., is the latest landmark to be hit by the aftermath of weeks of relentless downpours....
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