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Packhorse Bridge by Bram Crag


The old stone packhorse bridge over St John's Beck, now a footbridge, is located by Bram Crag (farm) near St John's in the Vale. The hump-backed bridge was built in the 18th century and is Grade II listed.[1] Less than half a mile downstream, is Sosgill Bridge, another 18th century packhorse bridge over St John's Beck. 

St John's in the Vale
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Packhorse Bridge St John's in the Vale

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BRIDGE NORTH WEST OF BRAM CRAG - St John's in the Vale - List Entry
- "Packhorse bridge now footbridge. C18. Slate rubble. Narrow single-span segmental-arched humped-back bridge, with split slate voussoirs under solid parapets and rubble coping...."

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List number: 1144528
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3174021484

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