Gam Bridge near St Breward. Gam bridge spans both the Allen and Camel rivers at St Breward and was first built and named in 1613. The term Gam comes from the Cornish word 'bent' or twisted and is the derivation of the commonly used slang 'gammy leg' referring to the twisted limb of a person with rickets. In the great flood of 16th July 1847, which was caused by a freak waterspout which appeared on Davidstow Moor, the bridge was completely swept away along with all the other bridges...
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