Newby Bridge is a small village adjoining the River Kent at the southern end of Lake Windermere. It got its name from the five-arched stone bridge built across the river in 1651. It caters mainly for the passing tourist trade, and has a railway station on the preserved Lakeside to Haverthwaite Railway.

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