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Packhorse Bridge, Wasdale Head


Row Bridge, usually referred to as "Packhorse Bridge", is an c.18th century footbridge over Mosedale Beck. It is located in Wasdale Head, a short distance north of the Wasdale Head Inn. The bridge is constructed of slate wedges end on, with a single segmental arch spanning 15 ft. The Packhorse bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Wasdale Head Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wasdale Bridges Mosedale Beck
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Bridge at Wasdale Head

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Wasdale Head.

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Packhorse bridge over the Mosedale Beck

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Packhorse bridge, Wasdale Head

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Packhorse Bridge in 1992

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Packhorse bridge, Wasdale Head

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Row Bridge near to the Inn at Wasdale Head

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ROW BRIDGE NORTH OF HOTEL - Wasdale Head - List Entry
- "Packhorse bridge, probably C18. Slate wedges end on; self-supporting, without parapets. Single segmental arch spanning c15 ft; pathway c3 ft wide, concreted...."

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List number: 1343669
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY1864908823

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