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Newbiggin Bridge, Newbiggin, Kirkby Thore


The bridge over Crowdundle Beck in Newbiggin (Kirkby Thore) in Cumbria dates from the late 18th Century. The bridge is Grade II listed.

Newbiggin, Kirkby Thore Bridges Listed Buildings and Monuments in Newbiggin Civil Parish, Eden Crowdundle Beck
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Bridge at Newbiggin

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Newbiggin Bridge

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Newbiggin Bridge

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Bridge over Milburn Beck, Newbiggin

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Crowdundle Beck

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BRIDGE TO NORTH WEST OF NEWBIGGIN HALL - List Entry
- "Bridge, late C18/early C19. Large, dressed, sandstone blocks, single segmental arch with hoodmould. Parapets have chamfered copings and are splayed at either end...."

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Crowdundle Beck
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Crowdundle Beck
- Crowdundle Beck is a small river which is a tributary of the River Eden in Cumbria. Crowdundle Beck is about 16km long.

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