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Roundthwaite


 

Roundthwaite is a small village in Cumbria, England. It is located about a mile south west of Tebay, is part of the Tebay parish, and the majority of its land is used for farming.

Roundthwaite used to go by the name Runthwate.

Roundthwaite is mostly inhabited by the Parsley family.

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Roundthwaite

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Roundthwaite Ford

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Roundthwaite Farm

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Outbuildings on lane in Roundthwaite

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Letterbox in Roundthwaite

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Lunes Bridge, Tebay
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Lunes Bridge, Tebay
- Overview Map Street View Lunes Bridge is an early-mid 19th century bridge over the River Lune, located about half mile south-east of Roundthwaite and a mile south of Tebay. The ...

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