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Lanercost Bridge


The old red sandstone bridge at Lanercost was built in c.1724. The bridge has two arches, the larger arch spans the River Irthing and the smaller one spans the millstream of Abbey Mill. The bridge is a Scheduled Monument.

Lanercost River Irthing 1724 Bridges
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Lanercost Bridge

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Lanercost Bridge

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Lanercost Bridge

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Lanercost Bridge - List Entry
- "....The monument includes a multi span bridge of 18th century date, which spans the River Irthing south of Lanercost Abbey. The bridge has two segmental arches, the larger of which ...

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The arch of old Lanercost Bridge

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Lanercost Bridge

Pinned by Simon Cotterill

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List number: 1007105
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY5534463333

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