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Description: Pair of Gate Piers in Garden East of Downham Hall
Date Listed: 27 April 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 183329
OS Grid Reference: SD7836144328
OS Grid Coordinates: 378361, 444328
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8947, -2.3307
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SD 78 44 DOWNHAM
13/10 Pair of gate piers in garden east
of Downham Hall
Pair of columns re-used as gate piers, c.1600. Sandstone ashlar. Each
has a fluted shaft, foliated neck, and egg-and-dart abacus. Said to be
part of the doorcase from a house on the site of Downham Hall (q.v.),
part of which is incorporated into the present house. Whitaker, T.D.
A History of the Original Parish of Whalley. 4th ed., 1876, vol. II,
Listing NGR: SD7836144328
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