Bow Bridge
Bow Bridge
A 15th-century three-arch bridge built by the monks of nearby Furness Abbey across Mill Beck for the purpose of accessing New Mill, a watermill belonging to the abbey, which once stood on the south-west bank of the beck. The bridge stands on an old packhorse route to the abbey.

Each of the three arches spans 7 feet, and the bridge is 10.5 feet across. The most likely date of construction is between 1490-1500, though one of the stones carries a 14th-century mason's mark. This probably means that the stone was simply reused from another site, perhaps from the abbey itself.