Dartmoor 1: Don’t believe lying sheep Posted on 26 July 20192 April 2021 by Rob Ainsley Lying, lying sheep One of Dartmoor and Exmoor’s many ‘clapper bridges’, at Postbridge. I explained to a pleasant American tourist couple that they were not really as ancient or historic as they’re often thought at all, and indeed this one dates only from about 1380. The Granite Way railtrail from Lydford to Okehampton. Impressive how it’s wider than most of the country lanes. Even more impressive that it doesn’t have any cars occupying its entire width, like they do.