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Description: Anton's Gowt Lock
Date Listed: 26 August 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 191936
OS Grid Reference: TF3002447450
OS Grid Coordinates: 530024, 347450
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0086, -0.0635
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TF 34 NW FISHCROFT ANTON'S GOWT
7/22 Anton's Gowt Lock
Pound-lock on the Fen drains. 1802-12 by John Rennie. Altered
1848 when GNR Lincolnshire loop line was constructed. Ashlar,
some wood and iron. Lock with 2 gates, battered pecked gritstone
ashlar side walls having wide curved gate rebates. 2 sets of
massive wood and iron lock gates. The southernmost being set
higher, and the top of the chamber with steps. At the north end
are the gritstone ashlar abutments, the sides with sunk panels,
for the GNR railway bridge, removed after the closure of the
line. The lock gives access to the navigable drains on East,
West and Wildmore fens. Source: Neil R. Wright. Also in Langri-
ville parish, East Lindsey District, Ref. item. 10/25.
Listing NGR: TF3002447450
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Source: English Heritage
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