Gelt Bridge


Gelt Bridge (aka Middle Gelt Bridge ) is a railway viaduct over the River Gelt in Cumbria. It was built from 1832-1835 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. It was one of the earliest and largest skew arched bridges in the country.The bride is Grade II* listed.

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Middle Gelt Bridge

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Gelt Viaduct

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Middle Gelt Viaduct

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Plaque on Gelt Bridge

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The River Gelt at Middle Gelt Bridge

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GELT BRIDGE
- "Railway bridge over River Gelt. Dated 1832-35 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, inscribed on panel in abutment arch GELT BRIDGE/FRANCIS GILES CIVIL ENGINEER/JOHN MCKAY BUILDER (dates in ...

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