Larkrigg Hall Bridge, near Sedgwick, Cumbria
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member flipflopnick
N 54° 17.258 W 002° 44.849
30U E 516438 N 6015554
Quick Description: Larkrigg Hall bridge now carries a farm track and public bridleway across the old branch of Kendal section of Lancaster canal. This is bridge number 180.
Location: North West England, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 10/4/2008 12:33:45 PM
Waymark Code: WM4W3N
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Crystal Sound
Views: 12

Long Description:
When the canal closed in 1955, the old towpath became a footpath and left a string of abandoned bridges along this section. Immediately south is a wider section of the canal, possibly used as a dock or turning area.

The Lancaster Canal Trust (visit link)
Walks on Lakeland fells showing bridges and names (visit link)
Streetmap UK (visit link)
Original Use: Animal

Date Built: before 1819

Construction: Stone

Condition: Good

See this website for more information: [Web Link]

Date Abandoned: 1955

Bridge Status - Orphaned or Adopted.: Adopted

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