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Description: Causeway and Walls About 20 Metres West of Old Scotney Castle
Date Listed: 10 October 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 170063
OS Grid Reference: TQ6893935232
OS Grid Coordinates: 568939, 135232
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0915, 0.4110
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TQ 63 NE
3/226 Causeway and walls about
20 metres west of Old
Causeway and walls. C14 origin, reconstructed c.1840. Sandstone. The causeway is to
the outer of the two islands in the River Teise on which the Castle was built. The
side walls are mine 3 feet in height, about 10 metres in length, and continue an the
west side about another 10 metres; also returned along the inner bank of the moat
to the west forming an embankment wall, and terminating in ruinous gate piers about
20 metres from the causeway.
Listing NGR: TQ6893935232
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Source: English Heritage
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