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Murrah is a hamlet in the Eden District of Cumbria, located about 8 miles west of Penrith and 14 miles south of Carlisle. It is about 2 miles north-west of the larger hamlet of Berrier. Murrah itself, includes Murrah Hall (farm) and there are also farms at High Murrah and Low Murrah. Historically, Berrier and Murrah was a township in the ancient parish of Greystoke. Today, Murrah forms part of Mungrisdale Civil Parish.

Murrah Hall (farm)

High Murrah Farm (Murrah Hall is about ¼ mile north-west of this).

Cumbria Berrier, Cumbria Mungrisdale Civil Parish
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Murrah Hall.

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Driveway to Low Murrah

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Road near High Murrah

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Old Lime Kiln at Low Murrah

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Berrier and Murrah Township
- "Township in Greystoke parish, Leath ward, Cumberland. Absorbed into Mungrisdale CP 1934....predominantly agricultural. Thomas Denton, writing 1688, noted a ‘very good horse course’ on moor at Berrier. Small-scale coal ...

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Berrier, Cumbria
- Overview Map Street View Berrier is a hamlet in the Eden district of Cumbria, located about 6 miles west of Penrith and 16 miles south of Carlisle. Historically, Berrier with Murrah ...


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