In the old days, before spray-cans, graffiti could even be something carved into stone.
Old churches, old prisons, and even old bridge-parapets – like the one shown here – still carry marks from long-ago.
The bridge over the River Blithe at Cresswell is no exception.
You can’t see many of the markings on it easily, because they have worn over time, but on a day of sharp sunshine, the shadows help show up what is written there.
Mostly, we found undying declarations of love, presumably carved there by the former youth of Cresswell. As you can see from the photo, one lad called Barry is likely to be remembered for a long time!
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