List number: 1145357
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY5383629098

Brougham Castle Bridge


The red sandstone bridge over the River Eamont, near Brougham Castle, was built in 1813. The bridge, near Penrith, was built to carry the Penrith-Appleby turnpike road over the River Eamont, and is located on the former boundary between Westmorland and Cumberland. The bridge is Grade II listed.[1]

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Brougham Castle Bridge

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Brougham Castle Bridge

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Bridges over the Eamont

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Brougham Castle Bridge, Carleton, Penrith / Brougham

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Castle Bridge

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BROUGHAM CASTLE BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Roadbridge. Dated on centre of parapet 1813. Red Penrith sandstone. 3 segmental arches with recessed voussoirs on rounded cutwaters. Solid chamfered parapet. A broad County Council bridge on the Penrith-Appleby ...

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Brougham, Cumbria
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Brougham, Cumbria
- Overview About Brougham Map Street View Brougham is a dispersed hamlet, located just over a mile south-east of Penrith Cumbria. There are are a number of farms in the area ...
River Eamont
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River Eamont
- Overview About the River Eamont The River Eamont is a river which forms from the outflow from Ullswater (lake) in Cumbria. It is one of the major tributaries of the ...

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