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A map dated 1685 and held in the county archive office shows that there used to be two separate Eden bridges in Carlisle, separated by a piece of land referred to as the sands.Once upon a time there was a cattle market on the current site of the Sands Lesiure Centre.The market was mainly for beef farmers and attracted a lot of Irish who came into the county via Silloth.Back to Top Live feed from the Little Langdale webcam and static images that update every few seconds or minutes from the Coniston and Ambleside webcams.

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