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Allerford Allerford New Bridge which carries the A39 road past the village is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade II* listed building. It is also on the Heritage at Risk register because of the risks of vehicle damage and erosion.
Allerford The village is also home to Allerford House, childhood home of Admiral John Moresby, who explored the coastline of New Guinea and for whom Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New Guinea, was named. Other traditional sights in the village include thatched cottages, a forge and an old-fashioned red telephone box. There is also a Reading Room, built by the Acland family to foster adult education.
Allerford One of the thatched cottages operated as the local Primary School between 1821 and 1981 and is now a museum containing the West Somerset Rural Life Museum and Victorian School. The museum houses the West Somerset Photographic Archive.
Allerford Allerford is a village in the county of Somerset, England, located within Exmoor National Park, and is part of the parish of Selworthy in the district of West Somerset. It appears in Domesday Book as “Alresford – forda Ralph de Limesy Mill”.
Allerford One of the village's main attractions is the much-photographed packhorse bridge. Built as a crossing over the River Aller (from which the village gets its name), it is thought to be medieval in origin. Nearby is the New Bridge where the A39 road crosses Horner Water. The wide pointed arch rises with a span half arch on the side for flood relief. Originally the bridge was wide but another was added in 1866. The packhorse bridge is an Ancient monument and has been added to the Heritage at Risk register.
West Somerset Rural Life Museum and Victorian School The West Somerset Rural Life Museum is a small museum in Allerford, Somerset, England.
Selworthy Beacon Exmoor coastline is part of the Exmoor National Park (area ) and Selworthy Beacon is on Exmoor’s stiff eastern slopes. It is approached from Porlock via Allerford.
West Somerset Railway Just beyond the new Allerford junction, in 2009 the WSR have constructed a new 4-carriage length station on the original WSR/Network Rail line, creating a new station on WSR metals, just west of the original GWR location.
West Somerset Railway On 24 March 2004, the WSRA announced the purchase of of land at Norton Fitzwarren. The triangular piece of land is located between: the existing WSR line from Allerford bridge (B3227) south to the junction with Network Rail; the westward running residual trackbed of the Barnstaple branch from Network Rail junction to the first lane crossing the former trackbed in the west; the Barnstaple Branch stub back north to Allerford bridge. The purchase of the land was announced as the first step in a 20-year programme to create a new train turning facility, alongside a national-scale "Heritage Railway Development" encompassing: an engine shed; carriage works; and railway engineering facility.
Holnicote Estate Holnicote Estate covers more than and contains more than of footpaths and bridleways. It includes Dunkery and Selworthy Beacons, and the villages and hamlets of Selworthy, Allerford, Bossington, Horner and Luccombe as well as the Dunkery and Horner Woods National Nature Reserve. The estate also plays host to a point to point course on which many Exmoor hunts hold their meetings throughout the spring.