cattle grid

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Noun1.cattle grid - a bridge over a ditch consisting of parallel metal bars that allow pedestrians and vehicles to pass, but not cattle
bridge, span - a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
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CONCERNS over a "dangerous" cattle grid in south Gwynedd will see council officers continue to monitor the issue.
Sychnant Pass Country House looks a bit like a souped-up B&B as you drive up over the cattle grid.
While negotiating the track, the front of the vehicle slipped off a cattle grid crossing a stream, and sank into mud, leaving it stuck.
As we continue up the slope and over a cattle grid, Spring House is prominent high above and at a set of sign posts we walk ahead with Westfield House on the hillside away to our right.
Follow it up the hill, cross the main road and continue over the cattle grid up the lane and back to the starting point.
Ryan Quinn, 14, had got his hand lodged in a cattle grid in Portrush, Co Antrim, in January 2009.
The tree-lined gravelled drive, approached over a cattle grid, sweeps between indigenous woodland and post and rail paddocks towards an electrically operated gate.
It's like driving over an extended cattle grid only worse.
The drive continues over a cattle grid and culminates at the house where there is a triple carport.
Away in a leading group of nine riders and preparing for a sprint finish, Farrar unshipped his chain crossing a cattle grid and losing contact, was left to come in on his own in ninth place ahead of the chasing bunch.
While walking her dogs she has found TVs, freezers, clothing, broken glass, electrical cable and building materials, dumped near the cattle grid onto the common.