SCRCA structure 307450: Bridge NER/169 - A6 London Road (PROW - road)

SCRCA Location Introduction

This bridge has an 'NER' number because it was built by the Newcastle & Carlisle Railway (which later became part of the North Eastern Railway). The Midland Railway was granted running powers over this section of line so that its trains could reach Carlisle Citadel Station from the Settle & Carlisle line.

307450: Bridge NER 169 - A6 London Road: Detail view from the south

Key details from the Location Record

Location Type
Bridge (Overline)
Location Variant
Span - Arch (single)
Assessment status
Current Use(s)
Railway ops
Shown on a land plan?
Construction / installation period
1: Pre-dates the Settle-Carlisle Railway (pre 1869)
Distance from London St.Pancras
307 miles and 26 chains
Position relative to running lines
This location IS visible from nearby publicly accessible land.
Accessibility (ease of access)
Protection Category
Conservation Area Only
Geographic Location
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