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Crook's Bridge, near Wreay

Crook's Bridge is a 3 arched bridge over the River Petteril, located just over half a mile slouth-east of Wreay in Cumbria. The bridge was built in the early 19th century, and is Grade II listed.[1] At the east of the bridge is a large house, aptly named 'Bridgend '.

Wreay Petteril Crook, Cumberland River Petteril Bridges
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Crook's Bridge

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Crook's Bridge

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Bridgend, near Wreay

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CROOK'S BRIDGE - Wreay - List Entry
- "Roadbridge. Early C19. Mixed blocks of red and calciferous sandstone. 3 segmental arches on splayed cutwater piers, under solid chamfered parapet ending in square piers with shaped caps...."

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List number: 1145481
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4425148116


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