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Sedgwick Aqueduct


Sedgwick Aqueduct carries the Lancaster Canal over a road in the village of Sedgewick in Cumbria. The limestone aqueduct was built in 1818 by William Crosley (engineer).  There is a towpath on the western side of the aqueduct, on this now dry and disused section of the canal. It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England

Sedgwick Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sedgwick, Cumbria Lancaster Canal 1818 Bridges
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Sedgwick Aqueduct

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Sedgwick Aqueduct

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Sedgwick Aqueduct

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Sedgwick Aqueduct

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Disused Canal, Sedgwick Aqueduct, Cumbria

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Sedgwick

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SEDGWICK AQUEDUCT, LANCASTER/KENDAL CANAL - List Entry
- "Aqueduct.1818, by William Crosley, engineer. Squared coursed limestone with limestone ashlar dressings, limestone string and copings to parapet. Tunnel over roadway, at angle to direction of Canal, has segmental ...

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List number: 1137839
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD5134887027

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