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  • * British History Online *

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    North Westmorland, Railways

    Maiden Castle the first station met with is at Barhouse, now Barras. And then the line passes over the river Belah, 200 feet below, by an immense iron bridge which, with the other viaducts that span the gorges, renders this

    Parishes (East Ward), St John, Kirkby Stephen

    the work to entire satisfaction and to maintain the said addition for seven years. Oxenthwaite formerly Buckles Bridge over the Belah on the road betwen Kaber and Barras. Sir Cuthbert Buckle, knt., vintner in London and who became Lord Mayor

    North Westmorland, Main roads

    still a deep track up just beyond Eden Mount. From Winton Townhead it continued to Heggerscale and Wrenside crossing the Belah at a place called Wolf Crag Gill. At High Ewbank there were three Inns, evidently an important halting place.

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Brough

    Brough and Bowes. This bridge appears upon the list of public bridges made on 28 April, 1679. Belay, over the Belah on the road between Brough Sowerby and Winton. Richard de Aslacby, vicar of St. Michael's, Appleby, bequeathed by his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    branch of the North-Eastern system. This section is only a single line. It crosses deep valleys en lofty viaducts-that at Belah being a singularly light-looking and graceful structure of iron-winds round the sides of the hills, and the outlooks from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    many advantages. Since constructing the Tees Bridge he had adopted the lattice girders. I-le had constructed the Deep Dale and Belah viaducts. The former had eleven spans of 6Oft. each, and its greatest height was 16Oft. The latter had sixteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wishet to LET her HOUSE, Furnished. Two sitting ard four bed rooms ach, &c. Terms 2,gaineas per week. ADDIUy 2, Belah Villas, Liste treot, nlkle'. I I I I - It i . I - .I I t i t Subscribers-only content

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