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The Spinners Arms, Cummersdale


The Spinners Arms is a public house in Cummersdale. It was built from 1929-1930 by Harry Redfern for the Carlisle District State Management Scheme. The pub is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Cummersdale 1930 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cummersdale State Management of Public Houses (1916 - 1971) Public Houses
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The Spinners Arms, Cummersdale - March 2017

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The Spinners Arms, Cummersdale

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The Spinners Arms, Cummersdale - March 2017 (3)

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Decorative guttering at the Spinners Arms

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Spinners Arms, Cummersdale

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The Spinners Arms, Cummersdale - March 2017 (2)

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SPINNERS ARMS - Cummersdale - List Entry
- "Public house. 1929-30 by Harry Redfern for Carlisle District State Management Scheme. Vernacular revival. Whitewashed brick walls, with some timber framing to oriel window and porch: tiled roof and brick ...

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List number: 1087739
List grade: 2
Post code: CA2 6BD
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3893453278

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