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Pack Horse Bridge, Stainton


The pack horse bridge over Stainton Beck in Stainton village is thought to date from the 17th century. It is a single segmented arch bridge made from limestone rubble with roughly cut parapets and voussoirs. The bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England; it is also a Scheduled Monument.

Stainton Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stainton Civil Parish, Cumbria Stainton Beck - St. Sunday's Beck Bridges
from Geograph (geograph)
Stone bridge over Stainton Beck, Stainton

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from https://historicengland.org...
PACK HORSE BRIDGE OVER STAINTON BECK - List Entry
- "Bridge. Probably C17. Limestone rubble with roughly cut parapets and voussoirs. Single segmental arch, low parapets rising to peak at centre of bridge. Approx. 3' wide between parapets...."

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Simon Cotterill

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