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Calder Bridge (also Calderbridge) is a village in Cumbria in England. It is located between the hamlets of Gosforth and Beckermet. It is around 1 mile northeast from the Sellafield nuclear plant—Calder Hall Nuclear Power Station was the world's first major nuclear power station when it opened in 1956. The current St Bridget's Church, Calder Bridge was built in 1842. Calder Abbey, which lies by the River Calder just northeast of Calder Bridge, is a picturesque ruin adjoining Calder Abbey House, a largely 19th-century house which incorporates some remains of the abbey.

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  • Calder Bridge (also Calderbridge) is a village in Cumbria in England. It is located between the hamlets of Gosforth and Beckermet. It is around 1 mile northeast from the Sellafield nuclear plant—Calder Hall Nuclear Power Station was the world's first major nuclear power station when it opened in 1956. The current St Bridget's Church, Calder Bridge was built in 1842. Calder Abbey, which lies by the River Calder just northeast of Calder Bridge, is a picturesque ruin adjoining Calder Abbey House, a largely 19th-century house which incorporates some remains of the abbey. On the south side of Calder Bridge lies the Grade II listed Pelham House (named after Herbert Pelham, 3rd bishop of Barrow-in-Furness) but formerly known as Ponsonby Hall. It was built in 1774 and was designed by James Paine for Edward Stanley. This is currently used as offices for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), and before this was used as a School for Boys. (en)
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  • Calder Bridge, Ponsonby - St Bridget Beckermet - geograph.org.uk - 40996.jpg (en)
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  • Calder Bridge (also Calderbridge) is a village in Cumbria in England. It is located between the hamlets of Gosforth and Beckermet. It is around 1 mile northeast from the Sellafield nuclear plant—Calder Hall Nuclear Power Station was the world's first major nuclear power station when it opened in 1956. The current St Bridget's Church, Calder Bridge was built in 1842. Calder Abbey, which lies by the River Calder just northeast of Calder Bridge, is a picturesque ruin adjoining Calder Abbey House, a largely 19th-century house which incorporates some remains of the abbey. (en)
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