Saturday, 12 November 2011

Tongue Gill Bridge

The last few days we have been transporting the materials needed to replace the damaged bridge on the Tongue gill path from Grasmere.
The damaged bridge
 We start by using the Land Rovers off road capabilities to  move the beams up the path.
     Moving slowly up the path

Once the beams are at there destination we return to the road to collect the rest of the materials, treads, uprights and hand rails.
Work will commence in the next few weeks to take down the old bridge and rebuild with new timbers.
 Seat Sandal to the left
 The Slopes of Fairfield

The Tongue Gill route is a popular path leading to Seat Sandal, Grisedale tarn and up on to Fairfield. As you walk and look back the views across to Helm Crag and Gibson Knott are Fantastic.


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