Carlton Bridge No 44
|Congerstone Bridge No 47||1 mile, 2¼ furlongs|
|Fairfield Bridge No 46||5¾ furlongs|
|Lliffe Bridge No 45||3¼ furlongs|
|Carlton Bridge Aqueduct||1¼ furlongs|
|Carlton Bridge Winding Hole||½ furlongs|
|Carlton Bridge No 44|
|Kings Bridge No 43||3¾ furlongs|
|Bosworth Marina & Wharf Winding Hole||7 furlongs|
|Bosworth Wharf Bridge No 42||7½ furlongs|
|Jacksons Bridge No 41||1 mile, 2 furlongs|
|Coton Bridge No 40||1 mile, 4¼ furlongs|
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- Market Bosworth railway station (Train Station)
1357 to the southeast.
- Cafe Kouts at Bosworth Water Trust (Restaurant)
1447 to the south.
- Bosworth Water Trust (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1113 to the south.
- Carlton Village (Residence)
1096 to the northeast.
- Friezeland Farm Christmas Trees (Shopping & Retail)
1113 to the south.
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Nearest Water pointOn this waterway in the direction of Marston Junction
Nearest Rubbish disposalOn this waterway in the direction of Marston Junction On this waterway in the direction of Marston Junction On this waterway in the direction of Ashby Canal Head of Navigation
Nearest Chemical toilet disposalOn this waterway in the direction of Marston Junction On this waterway in the direction of Marston Junction On this waterway in the direction of Ashby Canal Head of Navigation On this waterway in the direction of Marston Junction Travel to Marston Junction, then on the Coventry Canal (Main Line - Hawkesbury to Fazeley) to Hawkesbury Junction, then on the Coventry Canal (Main Line - Coventry to Hawkesbury) to Hawkesbury Services
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Wikipedia has a page about Carlton Bridge
The Carlton Bridge is a railroad vertical-lift bridge which carries one rail line over the Kennebec River between Bath and Woolwich, Maine. It was completed in 1927. Until August 1, 2000, it also carried two lanes of U.S. Route 1 (US 1) on its upper deck, after which the highway was transferred to the adjoining Sagadahoc Bridge and the road connection severed. The majority of the road deck remains but may be removed in the future. It is the last downstream fixed crossing of the Kennebec.
With the removal of US 1 from the bridge, its primary traffic is freight trains operated by the Maine Eastern Railroad that are bound for manufacturers in Thomaston, of which several pass over the bridge per week. It has also carried passenger excursion trains to Rockland, though the Maine Department of Transportation's leasing the line to another company will likely mean the end of passenger service after 2015.