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Description: Pair of Limekilns at Ngr St 0166 3684
Date Listed: 5 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 265385
OS Grid Reference: ST0167836842
OS Grid Coordinates: 301678, 136842
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1224, -3.4063
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12/102 Pair of limekilns at NGR ST 0166
Pair of limekilns. Early C19. Flat bedded local slate. Plan: 2 limekilns set into hillside, buttressed wall between
with putlog holes for a vanished structure, in all about 17 metres in length. Both limekilns with curved abutments,
parapets obscured by ivy at time of survey (June 1984), 3 relieving circles of decreasing size, one stoke hole right,
left kiln with 2 stoke holes, recess in right abutment and one joint of lean-to roof remaining. Raking buttress to
central wall between with 2 pairs of putlog holes on either side; the nature of the structure they supported is
Listing NGR: ST0166036840
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