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Description: Archway 30 Yards East of the Castle
Date Listed: 2 December 1971
English Heritage Building ID: 116868
OS Grid Reference: TL9991025317
OS Grid Coordinates: 599910, 225317
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8905, 0.9037
1. CASTLE PARK
Archway 30 yds east
of the Castle
TL 9925 SE 5/318
A classical archway erected by Charles Grey 1747, the remains of a rotunda
or garden temple. It is built in a mixture of stone, stone and flint
rubble, some Roman tiles and modern brick. The keystone of the archway
about 5 ft 5 ins from the ground, is a heavy piece of weathered masonry.
The whole archway is about 10 ft high and is surmounted by a rough pediment.
The south-west face has been considerably restored and is slightly concave.
The north-east face is the front of the archway.
Listing NGR: TL9991025317
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Source: English Heritage
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