I’m happy to have achieved the standard to appear on the Festival of Bridges hosted by Jean Tubridy on her excellent blog Social Bridge. Pay her a visit and see some other great entries.
The Festival of Bridges brings us to Jersey today, courtesy of Roy McCarthy whose blog Back on the Rock is a real favourite of mine.
Roy has a myriad of interests and is a writer. One of his books is the wonderfully named: A Jersey Midsummer Tale.
Here’s what Roy sent, and as a person who both honeymooned in Jersey and holidayed there for ten years, I feel like I’ve been transported back to a place I absolutely adore.
The Jersey Eastern Railway opened for business in 1874 but closed in 1929. Here is a secluded little bridge, unknown to many, behind St Clement Parish Hall just before the former Le Hocq Station.
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