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Description: Wood Cabin Circa 100 Yards South-East of Catcleugh House
Date Listed: 7 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 239738
OS Grid Reference: NT7505803166
OS Grid Coordinates: 375058, 603166
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3219, -2.3946
NT 70 SE
8/78 Wood cabin c.100
of Catcleugh House
Wood cabin. Built c.1891 as part of the shanty town called 'Newcastle' to
house workers building the Catcleugh Reservoir for the Newcastle and Gateshead
Wood boarding with corrugated-iron roof and snecked stone chimneys. Single
storey, 4 bays. Small gabled porch in second bay.with boarded door on right
return. Three 12-pane Yorkshire sashes. Gabled roof with banded ridge
Included for social historical value.
Listing NGR: NT7505803166
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Source: English Heritage
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