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Rushworth, A. (2008) Caldew and Carlisle City Flood Alleviation Scheme: Denton Street Footbridge and Corporation Dam Intake, Carlisle, Cumbria: historic building record. Newcastle upon Tyne: The Archaeological Practice https://doi.org/10.5284/1005417

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Document Details

TitleCaldew and Carlisle City Flood Alleviation Scheme: Denton Street Footbridge and Corporation Dam Intake, Carlisle, Cumbria: historic building record
AuthorsRushworth, A.
ProducerThe Archaeological Practice
Place of productionNewcastle upon Tyne

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Site details

Location
Site nameDenton Street Footbridge
ParishCARLISLE
DistrictCARLISLE
CountyCUMBRIA
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference NY 39835 54550 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CULVERTPOST MEDIEVAL
FOOTBRIDGEPOST MEDIEVAL
LEATPOST MEDIEVAL
NONENONE
 

Other details

DescriptionA4 softbound report with colour figures and photographs
Associated identifier thearcha2-40431