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Duke of Norfolk Bridge, Greystoke


The Duke of Norfolk Bridge over the River North Petteril at Greystoke was originally built in 1796. The bridge was widened in 1920 in remberance of those who died in the First World War; following the work, the bridge was officially opened/dedicated by the Bishop of Carlisle on the 8th of May 1921.

This bridge erected by Charles 11th Duke of Norfolk and the parishioners in 1796. Was rebuilt and widened by the parishioners of Greystoke in 1920 in memory of all those who from this parish served in the Great War 1914 1918.

Plaque on the bridge
Greystoke War Memorials River Petteril 1796 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Greystoke Civil Parish Bridges
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Church Road, Greystoke

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Bridge on Church Road, Greystoke

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A Plaque on the Bridge

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Deteriorating plaque

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WAR MEMORIAL BRIDGE - Greystoke - List Entry
- "Roadbridge. 1796 with 1920 alterations. Dressed red sandstone. Small single-span segmental arch, splayed at either side, with solid parapet. Inscribed on brass plate, THIS BRIDGE ERECTED BY CHARLES DUKE OF ...

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GREYSTOKE BRIDGE

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River Petteril

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List number: 1145518
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4424830784

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