Cairn Beck


Cairn Beck is a small river in Cumbria which is a tributary of the River Eden. Cairn Beck is joined by Trout Beck, shortly before discharging into the River Eden near Small Corby and Warwick Bridge. The catchment area of cairn Beck is 16.2 km long and covers an area of 30.6 km2.[1]

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Cairn Beck, downstream of Carlatton Mill

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Stone Bridge

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Cairn Beck at Carlatton Mill

Pinned by Simon Cotterill

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