List number: 1145563
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY6863420703

Appleby Station, Footbridge


The footbridge over the railway at Appleby Station dates from the mid-late 19th century. The segmental arched wrought iron lattice footbridge was originally located at Mansfield Station, then moved to Appleby in 1901 by Midland Railway. The bridge was repaired following damage in 1902.[1] The footbridge is Grade II listed.

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Appleby-in-Westmorland Station : Footbridge

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Frieght liner

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Appleby Train Station

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Footbridge over the railway

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Appleby station footbridge

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Appleby in Westmoreland railway station

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Appleby railway station

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Appleby railway station

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Appleby-in-Westmorland station

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Platform and footbridge, Appleby station

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FOOTBRIDGE AT APPLEBY STATION - List Entry
- "Mid/Late C19 iron footbridge moved to Appleby West in 1901 from Mansfield Station. Span reconstructed after damage in 1902. Fluted cast iron columns with acanthus capitals support stairways. Segmental ...

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