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Cumberland Inn, Carlisle


The Cumberland Inn, no. 22 Botchergate in Carlsile is public house built under the Carlisle and District State Management Scheme. Designed by Harry Redfern in a 'Tudor Revival' style, it opened in 1930 and replaced an earlier mid 19th century inn. The Cumberland Inn is a Grade II listed building, and is the least altered of the pubs built under the State Management Scheme.

Botchergate 1930 State Management of Public Houses (1916 - 1971) Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carlisle Public Houses
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The Cumberland Inn, Botchergate, Carlisle

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Cumberland Inn, Botchergate - September 2016

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The Cumberland Inn

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The Cumberland Inn

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CUMBERLAND INN - Carlisle - List Entry
- "Public house. Designed 1928, and constructed 1929-30, with late C20 alterations. By Harry Redfern for the Carlisle & District State Management Scheme. Tudor Gothic style. Buff coursed ashlar sandstone walling and ...

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The Cumberland Inn
- Photos and plan. "The original mid-Victorian Cumberland Inn was replaced when the present building was opened on September 29th 1930. It was designed by Harry Redfern and built by J ...

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Cumberland Inn - historic pub interiors
- Includes photos. "The least-altered of the pubs built under the Carlisle State Management Scheme and its architect Harry Redfern. It dates from 1929-30 and is a good example of the ...

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List number: 1380211
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4034555536

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