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Baggrow is a hamlet in the Allerdale district of Cumbria, located about 2 miles east of Aspatria and 6 miles south-west of Wigton. There is a public house here called The Grey Goat Inn. There was once a railway station at Baggrow (1866 - 1930) serving Blennerhasset and the surrounding area - this was on the Bolton Loop of the Maryport and Carlisle Railway. Baggrow forms part of Allhallows Civil Parish.

Allhallows Civil Parish Gowrie Cottages
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Baggrow station site

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The Grey Goat Inn, Baggrow

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Harry Tremble - ?th Border Regt - Baggrow (Killed)

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Gowrie Cottages
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Gowrie Cottages
- Overview About Gainford Map Street View Gowrie Cottages is a hamlet consisting of a couple of cottages at a crossroads on the B5299 road, just north of Baggrow. It is about …
Baggrow - Former Station Manager's House
- Photo 14 July 2007, byJoe Martin. Photo available under an attributions licence c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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