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Bow Bridge, near Furness Abbey


Bow Bridge is a 15th Century multi-span bridge over Mill Beck, located about ¼ mile south east of Furness Abbey. It was built by the monks of Furness Abbey to give access to their New Mill., a short distance upstream. Traces of the mill-race can be seen to the west of the bridge adjacent to a railway embankment. Bow Bridge is a Scheduled Monumenrt.
Furness Abbey Scheduled Monument Bridges Historic Buildings and Monuments in Barrow-in-Furness 15th Century Mill Beck at Furness Abbey Mill Beck (Poaka Beck)
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Bow Bridge - Barrow in Furness

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Bow Bridge medieval multi-span bridge - Barrow - List Entry
- "The monument includes Bow medieval multi-span bridge. It lies a quarter of a mile south of Furness Abbey in a small coppice known as Ennis Wood. The structure consists of ...

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List number: 1011245
Wikipedia: Bow Bridge, Cumbria
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA13 0PL
Grid ref: SD2237071475

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