Haweswater Beck

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Haweswater Beck
River
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Haweswater Beck, just north of Firth Woods, where it turns north towards Bampton Grange
Country England
County Cumbria
Source
 - location near Haweswater Reservoir, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, England
 - coordinates 54°32′5.47″N 2°46′5.28″W / 54.5348528°N 2.7681333°W / 54.5348528; -2.7681333
Mouth Bampton
 - location near Bampton Grange, Cumbria, England
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
 - coordinates 54°33′23.24″N 2°44′44.69″W / 54.5564556°N 2.7457472°W / 54.5564556; -2.7457472Coordinates: 54°33′23.24″N 2°44′44.69″W / 54.5564556°N 2.7457472°W / 54.5564556; -2.7457472

Haweswater Beck flows through Cumbria in England. It arises as a stream discharge from Haweswater Reservoir, at Gill Dubs, just east of the dam, and flows eastward, just north of Firth Woods, and then turns north to join the River Lowther between Bampton and Bampton Grange.

Below Burnbanks near the Haweswater Dam it is crossed by Naddle Old Bridge (a disused Grade II listed 18th-century road bridge)[1] and a little further downstream (at NY515161) by Park Bridge, a packhorse bridge.[2] Between these bridges the stream is followed by the Coast to Coast Walk.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Naddle Old Bridge". britishlistedbuildings.co.uk. 31 January 1991. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Hinchliffe, Ernest (1994). A Guide to the Packhorse Bridges of England. Milnrow, Cumbria: Cicerone Press. p. 38. ISBN 1-85284-143-5. 
  3. ^ Wainwright, Alfred (2003). A Coast to Coast Walk: A Pictorial Guide (Wainwright Pictorial Guides). London, UK: Frances Lincoln. ISBN 0-7112-2236-3. 
Top of Haweswater Dam, water supply of Greater Manchester, and the source of Haweswater Beck.