Ashgill Bridge over Ashgill Force


Ashgill Bridge carries the B6277 road over Ash Gill, by Ashgill Force Waterfall, about 1 mile south-east of Garrigill. A plaque on the bridge notes that it was built in 1916 by William Finch, County Surveyor and Bridgemaster, for Cumberland County Council.[1]

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Ashgill Force

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Ashgill Force in winter

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Ashgill Force (2)

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Road (B6277) crossing Ashgill Bridge

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Ashgill Force

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Ashgill Force

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Plaque on Ashgill Bridge

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Ashgill Force.

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Ashgill Bridge

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Ashgill Force

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Ashgill Force

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Ashgill Force in winter

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Ordnance Survey Flush Bracket 11751

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Ash Gill
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Ash Gill
- Ash Gill is a small river in Cumbria, which is a tributary of the River South Tyne. Ash Gill joins the South Tyne to the south of Garrigill. Ashgill Bridge ...

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