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Lancaster Canal Aqueduct, Farleton


There is an aqueduct carrying the Lancaster Canal over Farleton Beck (aka Lupton Beck), at the village of Farleton. The aqueduct, built in c.1816, is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Farleton Historic Buildings and Monuments in Beetham Civil Parish 1816 Lancaster Canal Bridges
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Lancaster Canal aqueduct and overflow

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Lancaster Canal overflow

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Farleton Beck under the Lancaster Canal Aqueduct

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Lancaster Canal

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Farleton Aqueduct

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AQUEDUCT CARRYING KENDAL/LANCASTER CANAL OVER FARLETON BECK - List Entry
- "Aqueduct c.1816. Squared coursed limestone with limestone copings and string course. Shallow elliptical arch with rusticated voussoirs; curved retaining walls to either side...."

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List number: 1312277
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD5385781675

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