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Wreay Bridge


Wreay Bridge - a red sandstone road bridge over the River Petteril, to the south-east of Wreay in Cumbria. The 3 arched bridge was built in the 1830's.[1] The bridge is Grade II listed.

Wreay Bridges River Petteril
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Wreay bridge

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WREAY BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Roadbridge over River Petteril. 1830's. Red sandstone ashlar with channelled joints and voussoirs. 3 segmental arches on 2 rounded piers, under string course and coped solid parapet...."

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List number: 1290339
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY4406548520

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