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Levens Bridge


Levens Bridge carries the A6 road over the River Kent at Levens in Cumbria. The limestone bridge is thought to date from the 17th century, though it was widened and extensively repaired and rebuilt during the 18th and 19th centuries. The bridge is attached at it's south-west corner to the walls and gatepiers at the entrance to Levens Hall. Levens Bridge is a Scheduled Monument and also Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Levens Historic Buildings and Monuments in Levens Civil Parish River Kent (Cumbria) Bridges
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Levens Bridge

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Levens Bridge over River Kent

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Levens Bridge

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Bench mark on Levens Bridge

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Levens Bridge

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LEVENS BRIDGE OVER RIVER KENT - List Entry
- "Bridge. Probably C17, widened and extensively repaired and rebuilt during C18 and C19. Limestone rubble with roughly-cut voussoirs. 2 arches with cutwaters between. Flat sandstone coping to parapets. Attached at ...

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List number: 1145653
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD4960485224

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