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Nentsberry


Nentsberry is a distributed hamlet in the Eden district of Cumbria, located about 3 miles south east of Alston. It is on the A689 road, between Nenthead and Nenthall. The settlement is on the River Nent, from which it's name derives. There are a number of farms and isolated residences, including High Nentsberry, Nether Nentsberry and Far Nentsberry. Nentsberry Bridge carries the A689 over the River Nent; to the west of the bridge is the site of the former Haggs Mine. Nentsberry Chapel here dates from 1825. One of the buildings associated with the mine is now Haggs Bank Bunkhouse and there is also a campsite here. Nentsberry forms part of Alston Moor Civil Parish.

Cumbria River Nent Alston Moor Civil Parish Nenthead Haggs Mine, Nentsberry Nentsberry Chapel
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The former mine shop at Haggs Mine, Nentsberry (2)

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Victorian postbox, Nentsberry

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Nentsberry Chapel

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Hayring Cottages

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Nether Nentsberry

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Path below High Nentsberry

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Tuft Sill House, Nentsberry

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House on the A689, Nentsberry

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Camping at Haggs bank.

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Isaac's Tea Trail leading to Nenthall Bridge

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Far Nentsberry

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Old Milestone by the A689, north of Nentsberry

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