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Description: Wall Extending Approximately 20 Metres North East from Browsholme Hall and Containing a Re Set Stone
Date Listed: 16 November 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 183059
OS Grid Reference: SD6845345274
OS Grid Coordinates: 368453, 445274
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9027, -2.4816
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SD 64 NE BOWLAND FOREST LOW BROWSHOLME
14/8 Wall extending approx. 20 metres
north east from Browsholme Hall
and containing a re-set stone,
gateway, and arch over stream
Sandstone rubble wall, possibly C19th and containing earlier features. The
gateway has rough long-and-short jambs and a lintel having 2 cyma-moulded
segmental arches which meet in the centre at a fluted false keystone. To
the left, re-set in the south side of the wall is a piece of C17th masonry
having a 'Celtic' carved head and gadroon decoration. Further left the wall
is carried over a stream by a chamfered segmental arch with masonry marks
on the voussoirs.
Listing NGR: SD6845245274
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Source: English Heritage
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