The most substantial properties associated with the hamlet are Kershope House and its lodge.
Kershopefoot shown within Cumbria
Cumbrian dialect (with some influence from over the border)
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Kershopefoot is a small hamlet in Cumbria, England, formerly in Cumberland. It is located very close to the Scotland-England border and is near the Kershope Burn and the Liddel Water. Kershopefoot is most well known for its magnificent and breathtaking lodge house (Kershope Lodge) situated almost a mile from the hamlet. Between 1862 and 1969 a passenger station on the Waverley Line variously known as Kershope or Kershope Foot was located here.
Media related to Kershopefoot at Wikimedia Commons
- Disused Stations website entry retrieved 31st August 2014 http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/k/kershope_foot/
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