Using the width and direction of the bridges the solid blue lines were the probable banks of the river.
The footbridge is relatively modern - the old bridge was at a different angle and may have been wider.


Blue lines are probable river banks
when old bridges were built, determined by old river walls, banks,etc.

Broken blue is present river bank.

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North Bridge

Foot Bridge

Calva Bridge

Note the grey areas in the river - these are accumulations of gravel from upstream, see later photographs. There are another few thousand tons on the way from Cockermouth


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