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Mosedale Beck

Mosedale Beck is a river in Cumbria which is a tributary of the River Glenderamackin.

Mosedale Beck is a river in Cumbria, England, which rises on the northern slopes of Great Dodd and flows north east, to the south of Clough Head before joining the River Glenderamackin to the east of Threlkeld village. This then flows west, alongside the A66 road south of Blencathra, to form the River Greta which flows into the River Derwent.

Shortly before joining the Glendaramackin, Mosedale Beck is crossed by the Mosedale Viaduct of the former Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway, now a footpath.

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River Glenderamackin Mosedale Viaduct
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Bridge over Mosedale Beck

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Mosedale Viaduct
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Mosedale Viaduct
- Overview About Mosedale Viaduct Map This 12 arch stone viaduct was built to carry the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway over Mosedale, located about 1 mile south-east of Scales in ...


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