Miller Bridge crosses the River Kent in Kendal, Cumbria, England. Built 1818, it replaced a number of wooden bridges which had all been destroyed by flood and an earlier stone bridge, built in 1743.
Officially, it was originally called Kent Bridge, but in 1833, the bridge had been named Mill Bridge. By 1877, it had become known as Miller Bridge. The latter name has stuck.
The Market Town of Kendal is regarded as the southern gateway to the Lake District National Park.
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