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Christy Bridge, Martindale


Christy Bridge is a bridge over Howgrain Beck in Martindale. The stone rubble bridge was built in 1851. The bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Martindale Historic Buildings and Monuments in Martindale 1851 Bridges
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Winter Crag and Winter Crag

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Christy Bridge and Winter Crag Farm

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Howgrain Beck

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Striding over Christy Bridge

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CHRISTY BRIDGE - Martindale - List Entry
- "Bridge. Keystone inscribed: "G T/1851/J L". Stone rubble. Segmental-arch with S D with key to north elevation. Low parapet of upright stones. Roadway approximately 3.5 m wide...."

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List number: 1145238
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4335018324

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