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Irthing Bridge, near Brampton


Irthing Bridge carries the A6071 road over the River Irthing, north-west of Brampton in Cumbria. The 3 arched stone bridge was built in c.1729 and altered by the Brampton - Longtown Turnpike Trust, after it's formation in 1807. The bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Brampton Civil Parish 1729 River Irthing Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brampton, Cumbria Bridges
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Irthing Bridge

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A6071 river bridge.

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A6071 at Irthing Bridge

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River Irthing

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IRTHING BRIDGE - Brampton - List Entry
- "Road Bridge over the River Irthing. Probably 1729, with alterations for the Brampton - Longtown Turnpike Trust, formed 1807. Dressed red sandstone. 3 arched bridge on 2 piers with splayed cut-waters ...

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List number: 1087659
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY5127962320

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