Duddon Bridge Ironworks and Associated Leats and Duddon Bridge Bobbin Mill and Associated Leats 370m North West of Duddon Bridge

Cumbria

Local Area Google Map
Local Area OS Map

Photos: Click thumbnail to expand

Duddon Furnace stack
Taphole entrance

Upload a photo

Tagged With

Post Medieval

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Cumbria County Council

District Council

South Lakeland District Council

Parish

Broughton West

Parliamentary Constituency

Barrow and Furness

Grid Reference

SJ197197 (319650, 488473)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.2854, -3.2344

Nearest Postcode

LA20 6ET

The nearest postcode is an aid to location, and does not necessarily reflect the actual address of the monument. Most scheduled monuments are not occupied buildings and have no postal address or postcode of their own. In rural and coastal areas, the nearest geocodable postal address may be several miles away.


Notes

A leat which brought water from the River Duddon to the water-wheel of a bobbin mill near Duddon Bridge.

English Heritage

User-Submitted Notes

Built 1736 by Kendal & Co. The company had become Richard Latham, sons & Co by 1828 when it was taken over by Harrison Ainslie. Closed 1867 but there may have been a last campaign in 1873 when Newland was being converted to hot blast.
Maintained by LDNPA.

Peterrivington, 6 December 2011

Built 1736 by Kendal & Co. The company had become Richard Latham, sons & Co by 1828 when it was taken over by Harrison Ainslie. Closed 1867 but there may have been a last campaign in 1873 when Newland was being converted to hot blast.
Maintained by LDNPA.

Peterrivington, 6 December 2011

Do you have anything to add to the information we've got so far? Add your contribution here.


Share |