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Description: Lime Kiln About 480 Metres East of Dartington Hall
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101043
OS Grid Reference: SX8031062692
OS Grid Coordinates: 280310, 62692
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4518, -3.6873
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2/130 DARTINGTON HALL
Lime Kiln about 480 metres
E of Dartington Hall
Disused lime kiln. Circa early C19. Local limestone rubble. Built into
bank with access at higher level at rear for loading. The front wall has a
convex bulge, low parapet and a pointed arch opening to the swallow with a
corbel stone at the apex. Inside the swallow is vaulted and the kiln
opening at the back has been broken open a little. The circular kiln is
open at the top and tapers towards the bottom, its internal walls are
calcified. At the front of the kiln a stone rubble wall forms a semi-
circular enclosure with an opening at the centre. Trees are growing on the
wall top and on the top of the kiln. Situated by a disused quarry.
Listing NGR: SX8031062692
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Source: English Heritage
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