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The Conduit, Circa 30 Metres South West of Church of All Saints, Upper Sheringham

Description: The Conduit, Circa 30 Metres South West of Church of All Saints

Grade: II
Date Listed: 20 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 224651

OS Grid Reference: TG1437541885
OS Grid Coordinates: 614375, 341885
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9315, 1.1882

Location: Church Close, Upper Sheringham, Norfolk NR26 8TJ

Locality: Upper Sheringham
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR26 8TJ

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Listing Text


4/121 The Conduit, c.30m
20.2.52 south-west of Church
of All Saints


Conduit, dated 1814, built at expense of Abbot Upcher. Pebble flint with
gault brick dressings. Circular cistern c.4m across, walls c,lm high of
pebble flint panels articulated by vertical bands and pilaster strips of
brick; coping of stone and brick. To the north the wall raised on the curve
to broken stone pediment having dentil cornice. Semi-circular arch below
with stone imposts and projecting keystone; two flanking brick pilasters.
Stone beneath pediment inscribed ANNO PACIS / MDCCCXIV. Broken pediment,
dentil cornice, keystone and stone imposts to rear. Rendered brick trough
to front with cast iron flat capping to front over wall of black glazed brick.
Interior: circular slope from enclosing wall to central tank of black glazed

Listing NGR: TG1437541885

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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