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Source: David Irving, Focal Point, Action Report NewsLetter of July 10, 2010, Page 2, http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/p2.html; also: http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/Irving/RadDi/2009/240409.html#fakes. Actual image, Copyright Cornwalls.co.uk.
The Postbridge Clapper Bridge, in Dartmoor, in Devon, England.
“The well known clapper bridge in Postbridge where it traverses the East Dart river. It is thought the word 'clapper' derives from an Anglo-Saxon word, 'cleaca', meaning 'bridging the stepping stones'.
The slabs are over 13ft long and 6ft wide , weighing over 8 tons each.
It was first recorded in 1380 and was built to facilitate the transportation of tin by pack horse to the stannary town of Tavistock.”
See also: Fake Hitler Art, Page 4–The Fake Bridge.