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Ellenhall Bridge


Ellenhall Bridge is a red sandstone road bridge over the River Ellen, located in between Girclux and Oughterside in Cumbria. It straddles the civil parishes of Plumbland and Oughterside & Allerby. The bridge was built in the early 19th century and is Grade II listed on the National Heritiage List for England.

Historic Buildings and Monuments in Oughterside & Allerby CP River Ellen Historic Buildings and Monuments in Plumbland Civil Parish Bridges
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Ellenhall Bridge

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Ellenhall Bridge, near Gilcrux

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Ellenhall Bridge

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ELLENHALL BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Road bridge. Early C19. Red sandstone. 2 segmental arches on central pier with splayed cutwaters, under low parapet with saddleback coping...."

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List number: 1217212
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY1164839078

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