Beck Foot, Cumbria


Beck Foot is a hamlet near Lowgill in Cumbria, located about 6 miles north-east of Kendal. Lowgill Viaduct crosses the beck, which gives the settlement it's name, and once carried the Ingleton Branch Line. By the viaduct is an old 17th century packhorse bridge over the beck, which flows about half a mile south-east before joining the River Lune near the Crook of Lune Bridge. Beck Foot is on the route of the Dales Way.

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Chapel Cottage, Beck Foot

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2016: a year on Geograph (Day 261)

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The Dales Way

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Beckfoot and the viaduct

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Large house beside tributary to River Lune

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Benchmark on Pool House

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Train at Low Gill - 1992

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Canoeists' parking at Beck Foot

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M6 Motorway bridge over the B6257

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From the pepperpot to the salt box (191)

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A delightful stream seen from the Dales Way

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Approaching Pool House

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Bridge taking lifted railway over access road to Davy Bank

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Farm buildings at Davy Bank

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View towards Lowgill Viaduct

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Lowgill, Cumbria
- Overview Map Street View Lowgill is a hamlet by the River Lune in Cumbria, located about 7 miles north-west of Kendal and 4 miles north-east of Sedbergh. Lowgill was an ...
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Entrance to Tarn Close from B6257

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Country house

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Lowgill Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Lowgill Viaduct was built in 1859 by Joseph Locke and John Errington for the Ingleton Branch Line of the London and North Western Railway.[1] The 11 ...
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Packhorse Bridge by Lowgill Viaduct
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Packhorse and road bridges, Lowgill

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Dillicar
- "Township in Kendal parish, but in Lonsdale ward, Westmorland; includes hamlets of Lowgill and Beckfoot. Absorbed into Grayrigg CP 1986. Population: rising from around 80 in early 19th century to ...

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