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Brisco


Brisco is a small village in the civil parish of St Cuthbert Without, which falls within the City of Carlisle in Cumbria. It is about 2 miles south-east of the centre of Carlisle.

BRISCOE, or Birksceugh, a township, in that part of the parish of St. Cuthbert, Carlisle, which is in Cumberland ward, union of Carlisle, E. division of Cumberland, 3½ miles (S. E. by S.) from Carlisle; containing 303 inhabitants. There are two establishments for printing calico on the banks of the river Petterill, in the township. The first wheat that grew in the county was produced here, about the year 1700.

Extract from: A Topographical Dictionary of England comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate and market towns, parishes, and townships..... 7th Edition, by Samuel Lewis, London, 1848.

Cumbria St Cuthbert Without Civil Parish St Ninian's Well, Brisco
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Crossroads House, Brisco

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Road through Brisco

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Brisco Common

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Stone barn at Brisco

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GR Postbox, Brisco

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Public footpath to Carleton Mill

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Fox Cottage, Brisco, near Carlisle

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Thatched cottage at Brisco

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Roman well in Crossroads House, Brisco

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