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Description: Pair of Gate Piers, Gate and Flanking Walls and Piers Immediately South East of Higher Lodge
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101372
OS Grid Reference: SX7137357763
OS Grid Coordinates: 271373, 57763
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4056, -3.8114
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4/461 Pair of gate
piers, gate and
of Higher Lodge
Pair of gate piers and gate with flanking walls and piers at entrance to
drive at Black Hall (qv). Circa early to mid C19. Granite ashlar. Pair
of square-on-plan rusticated gate piers with plain plinths and caps
chamfered granite coping swept out in a curve to rusticated terminal piers
with ball finials similar to but small than the gate piers to the
carriageway. Coeval wrought iron gate with 7 rails progressively wider
spaced towards the top; the stiles are bent over the top rail to form
scrolls and the top rail has a scrolled cresting over the centre with a
cast iron anthelion; the curved braces are also scrolled where they meet at
Listing NGR: SX7137357763
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Source: English Heritage
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