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Description: Wall and Drinking Trough Niche at Number 4 (Old Hall), Rectory Lane and the Manor House, and Borderi
Date Listed: 26 April 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 190990
OS Grid Reference: SP8022293021
OS Grid Coordinates: 480222, 293021
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5292, -0.8189
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SP 8093/SP 8092 MANOR ROAD (North Side)
9/87 & 11/87 Wall and Drinking Trough Niche
at No. 4 (Old Hall), Rectory Lane
and The Manor House, and bordering
Garden wall and drinking trough niche. Wall C18 and niche C19. Wall of coursed
rubble stone and stone and blue terracotta coping. Niche of red and blue
brick. The wall is c2m high and separates the gardens of No. 4 (Old Hall),
Rectory Lane (q.v.) and The Manor House (q.v.) from Manor Road. c1/3 along
length from left is the niche with rounded arch of blue brick and back wall
of red brick clm high. At the base a brick drinking trough, which appears
to be fed by spring. Further to right are 2 wooden doorways and doors.
Listing NGR: SP8022293021
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Source: English Heritage
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