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River Gelt

The River Gelt is a tributary of the River Irthing in Cumbria. The Gelt if formed at the conflunce of Old Water and New Water. The Gelt has a catchment area of 31.6 km2 and is 23.1 km long.[1]

River Irthing Written Rock of Gelt Gelt Bridge
from Geograph (geograph)
Causeway Path alongside The River Gelt

Pinned by Peter Smith
Gelt Bridge
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Gelt Bridge
- Gelt Bridge (aka Middle Gelt Bridge ) is a railway viaduct over the River Gelt in Cumbria. It was built from 1832-1835 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. It was one …
Gelt Water Body

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Simon Cotterill


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