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Middleton Bridge over the Rawthey


Middleton Bridge carries the A683 road over the River Rawthey, close to it's confluence with the River Lune to the north of Middleton, Cumbria. The bridge was built in 1670, and later widened and had parapets and pedestrian refuges added in 1911. The bridge is Grade II listed. 

Middleton 1670 River Rawthey Bridges
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Middleton Bridge

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Middleton Bridge

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Middleton Bridge over River Rawthey

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River Rawthey

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MIDDLETON BRIDGE OVER RIVER RAWTHEY - Middleton, Cumbria - List Entry
- "Public road bridge over River Rawthey. Probably C17; altered in 1911. Mixed random rubble. One wide segmental arch with rubble voussoirs, a stone slate archband and an upper layer of ...

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List number: 1384163
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD6301089751

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