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Description: Gates and Gate Piers to the Crippets
Date Listed: 19 April 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 135056
OS Grid Reference: SO9369918318
OS Grid Coordinates: 393699, 218318
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8634, -2.0929
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4/106 Gates and gate piers to The Crippets
Gates and gate piers on the boundary of Leckhampton and Shurdington
Civil Parishes. Mid-late C19. Cast and wrought- iron. Square
piers with wrought iron scrollwork and ball finial with a dove at
the top of each pier. Double gates with spear-headed uprights and
Vitruvian scrollwork at the bottom. The Crippets was for many
years the home of Dr Edward Wilson who died during Captain Scott's
ill-fated expedition to the South Pole in 1912. Reputed to have
once formed the entrance to the Old Well at Cheltenham.
Listing NGR: SO9369918318
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Source: English Heritage
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