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Description: Walls to North East and South West of the Masonic Hall, Including Gateway to the North East
Date Listed: 3 August 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 175819
OS Grid Reference: TR0183061606
OS Grid Coordinates: 601830, 161606
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3177, 0.8950
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Walls to North-east
and South-west of the
Masonic Hall, including
gateway to the North-east
TR 0161 NE 1/69A
Wall to North-east: C18 and earlier. Red brick or base of stone rubble,
comprising masony from the Medieval Abbey of Faversham. About 9 to 10
feet high. 4 centred gateway with voussoir of blocks of stone in North-
east corner about half-way along course of wall. Northwards beyond this,
wall is built almost entirely of similar stone rubble; some brick and
Wall to South-west about 7 feet high. C18, possibly earlier. Red
brick on red brick sill with toothed brick course and brick coping;
ramped upwards to hall at North end, and ramped downwards at South end,
just North of entrance to churchyard. AM.
Listing NGR: TR0183061606
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Source: English Heritage
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