Every bridge we have seen so far has a name other than this next one that doesn't seem to have any name.Despite spending a lot of time studying maps,I have been unable to find the name of this bridge on any of them,so I hereby give this bridge the temporary name of,"Wobbly Bridge".If you go and visit this bridge you will see why I have named it so,as this bridge is rather worryingly wobbily.
The brickwork is not in great condition with many parts missing the mortar and there are quite big cracks here and there.I know if I was the farmer,I would be quite worried about driving my tractor over this bridge and would think twice even about driving a car over it.
Another short stroll from here and you come to another of the Tiverton Brach Line's peculiarities and only stop along the line,Halberton Halt.I use the word peculiar, as Halberton Halt was built underneath the road bridge.As already mentioned,the line was originally built to be a double track broad gauge line and it was this extra unused space that was used to build the 109 foot long platform on.
Although the halt did have a waiting shed for passengers,the arch of the bridge gave people even more protection from the elements.
Click on the buttons to switch between what it used to look like and what it looks like today (note the remaining part of the signpost)