Possibly one of the last photos of Camerton bridge before it fell, from Rebecca Scott
Camerton bridge collapsed on Friday morning. The bridge is not over a river or stream but a disused railway line. The water you see came from the River Derwent when it burst its banks. Pauline Scott.
Camerton graveyard after the floods. Sent in by text message to BBC Radio Cumbria
Debris wedged against a footbridge in Cockermouth, from Richard Place.
Fallen trees wedged against one of Cockermouth's bridges, from Richard Place.
This fallen tree has been speared through these railings in Cockermouth town centre, from Richard Place.
The tearoom at Fellfoot Park under water. Mike Morton.
The signposts at Fellfoot Park are about 6ft tall (1.83m). Mike Morton.
Whitewater Bridge at Backbarrow, still holding out. Mike Morton.
Becca Simmons watches the River Derwent's progress from her kitchen window in the centre of Cockermouth. John Simmons.
The Mayo statue in Cockermouth, taken on Friday, 20 November at approx 9:00 am. Paul Brigham.
Roof of submerged car visible at Cockermouth TSB bank Friday morning. It had been pushed onto the path and into the bank by the current. Paul Brigham.
The flood damaged Bramblewood Guest House, Keswick by Gavin Lynn.
Submerged Lake House, Keswick by Gavin Lynn.
Collapsed bridge walls at Lakeland Village, Backbarrow. Jasmine Petcher.
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