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Cliburn Mill bridge


Cliburn Mill bridge is a road bridge over the River Lyvennet, which was built in 1827. The bridge is located about ¾ mile east of the village of Cliburn, and a short distance downstream of the confluence of the River Leith with the Lyvennet.

Cliburn Bridges 1827 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cliburn River Lyvennet
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Cliburn Mill Bridge

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Cliburn Mill Bridge

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River Lyvennet

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CLIBURN MILL BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Bridge, dated 1827. Constructed of large, dressed, sandstone blocks with chamfered coping stones. Each parapet has 3 rusticated pillars whose square capstones have grooved sides and domical tops. 3 segmental ...

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List number: 1331669
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY6002724660

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