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Description: Folly in Grounds of Brindle Lodge Cirac 200 Metres East of House
Date Listed: 30 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 184294
OS Grid Reference: SD6051726630
OS Grid Coordinates: 360517, 426630
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7346, -2.6000
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BRINDLE HOGHTON LANE (off)
SD 62 NW
2/43 Folly in grounds of
Brindle Lodge, c.200 metres
- east of house
Folly, probably early to mid C19. Red brick, red sandstone random rubble, and
gritstone. Small circular tower, c.5 metres high, of random rubble, and
attached at the base a small roofless enclosure of loosely Gothick intention,
with 2 archways, a pointed arched window, and some ex situ fragments including
a large rectangular stone with a fish carved on it, and a datestone inscribed
1639. Item is close to Preston to Blackburn railway, and may have been built
in some relationship to it.
Listing NGR: SD6051726630
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Source: English Heritage
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