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Briggle Beck


Briggle Beck is a small river which is a tributary of Croglin Water in Cumbria. Briggle Beck is about 5.5km long and has a catchment area of 8.8km2.[1]

Croglin Water Little Salkeld Viaduct
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Briggle Beck near Briggle Bridge

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Briggle Beck (Croglin)

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Briggle Beck

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Little Salkeld Viaduct
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Little Salkeld Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View This railway viaduct, located about half mile south of Little Salkeld, was built for the Midland Railway in 1875. The viaduct has 7 arches and carries ...

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