February 21, 2021
Along the road between Dösjebro and Annelöv there is a stone arch bridge
over the Saxån. It was built in 1785, with an arch 16 meters long.
Just south of the bridge is a place big enough to park a car.
From the country road, the bridge arch is clearly visible.
To the north, rocks block crossings on the bridge.
Crosses the bridge. At the edges of the bridge is the green-painted fence,
to the west it is broken. On the south side of the bridge towards the road
stands a large tree. To the southwest is a boundary stone,
it marks the boundary between Harjager and Onsjö districts.
Downstream of the bridge, the Saxån spreads out.
There is still some ice on the river.
Go downstream until its water blocks. May turn.
Follow the river back towards the bridge. A heron is watching.
In the field are poles in water.
Goes down to the river between the bridge and the road road.
So this year, when the greenery does not cover the bridge,
you see it as the best.
GPS: WGS84 decimal (lat, lon) 55.830558, 13.029947