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Gote Bridge, Cockermouth

Gote Bridge (aka Derwent Bridge) is the main road bridge across the River Derwent in Cockermouth. The bridge was built in 1822 and connects the town with Gote (aka Goat), which was a separate hamlet back when the bridge was built. The bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. 
Cockermouth Bridges Gote, Cockermouth Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cockermouth River Derwent (Cumbria) 1822 Crown Street
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River Derwent and Derwent Bridge, Cockermouth

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River Cocker

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Bus stop on Gote Bridge

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DERWENT BRIDGE - Cockermouth - List Entry
- "1822. Two segmental spans in tooled masonry, with plain string, over-sailing courses and parapets. Cutwaters are triangular on plan. Carries 2 footpaths and 2 lines of traffic over River Derwent. …

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List number: 1144765
List grade: 2


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