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You searched for: Place: "Troutbeck Bridge"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Troutbeck

    allowed. K. Order Book, 1839 76. 1854 7 April. Order to divert and turn a public highway leading from Troutbeck Bridge to the village of Troutbeck, and thereby rendering it shorter and more commodious to the public. K. Order Book,

    Supplementary Records, Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite

    MSS., vol. i, n. 220. 1735 10 October. P resentment that part of the highway from Misslet Gate towards Troutbeck Bridge and laying in Applethwaite, being half a mile in length, is in decay. Minute Book, 1733 37. 1754 31

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wood, one extremity of the ' long vale-village" of Troutbeck is reached, at a point about a mile from Troutbeck Bridge. The rude picturesqueness of its many chimneyed cottages, with their unnum- bered gables and slate-slab porticoes, will not be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    got themselves worked to the shore. The gentleman who had been so long in the water was carried to Troutbeck Bridge, where ho was put to bed, and soon recovered his consciousness. Fortu- nately timer was no wind on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richmond. * 2 ,, i.L R. Webster, oss. Lrer entries eaoud to eutina at orce. Caalogs orwarded on apiication. Troutbeck Bridge lIflill. Windermoere. F nHE V51auable MACINERY in above Mi11s, S1TVFAM JLENIGIS: WAGGONS, CAUTS, &c., on 13cih ard 14th SCD.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAWKSHEAD AXD LAoK DISIOICT AGRICLITURAL SHOW. The annual meeting of this successful society, whose operations embrace the fertile land lying on both sides of Lake Windermere was held yesterday at Hawkshead. There was a large attendance, de- spite the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    matter. Destruction of a Bobbin Mill. - On Tuesday night the large bobbin mill belonging to Mr. Fell, at Troutbeck Bridge, about a mile and a half from the Windermere railway station, on the road to Ambleside, was totally destroyed Subscribers-only content

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