The river joins the River Laneshaw at Covey Bridge near Laneshaw Bridge to form Colne Water. Seven bridges cross Wycoller Beck. The Pack-Horse Bridge is probably the most important, being built some 800 years ago and reconstructed over the centuries.
Clam Bridge, more than 1000 years old is listed as an Ancient Monument. It was repaired in 1991, after being cracked in two in 1989 and 1990.
- "Wycoller Village & Country Park". Retrieved November 5, 2014.
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