List number: 1145623
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY3570531990

Mosedale Bridge


Mosedale Bridge crosses the River Caldew, between Mosedale and the hamlet of Bowscale in Cumbria. The single span bridge is built from coursed Skiddaw slate, with sandstone coping. It was originally a packhorse bridge, rebuilt as a road brodge in the 19th century.[1] The bridge is Grade II listed.

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Bridge over the River Caldew

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Old bridge

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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MOSEDALE BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Roadbridge now by-passed. Probably early C19 rebuilding of a packhorse bridge. Coursed Skiddaw slate with sandstone coping. Single-span segmental humped-back bridge of double track width. Solid parapet with chamfered coping..."

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River Caldew
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River Caldew
- Overview About the River Caldew   The River Caldew is a river running through Cumbria in England. Historically, the county watered by the Caldew was Cumberland. The Caldew's source is ...

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