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Docker Viaduct


Docker Viaduct was built by Joseph Locke in 1846 to carry the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway over Flodder Beck. It is located to the north-east of the vilage of Docker in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, within the boundaries of Lamrigg Civil Parish. The 6 arch railway viaduct is still in use today, and is a Grade II listed structure.

Lambrigg Civil Parish 1846 Lambrigg Civil Parish Lancaster and Carlisle Railway Bridges
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West Coast Main Line

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Docker Viaduct - 1993

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DOCKER VIADUCT(THAT PART IN LAMBRIGG PC) - List Entry
- "Viaduct over Flodder Beck. 1846. By Joseph Locke. For Lancaster to Carlisle Railway. Rock-faced limestone with brick intradoses. 6 segmental arches on battered piers with impost bands. Projecting parapets with ...

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List number: 1311996
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD5662095723

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