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Description: Two Stone Stiles on North and South Sides of Road and Abutting Sections of Field Walls
Date Listed: 15 July 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 28663
OS Grid Reference: ST6446970841
OS Grid Coordinates: 364469, 170841
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4355, -2.5125
5118 HANHAM ABBOTS ABBOTS ROAD
Two stone stiles on
north and south sides of
road and abutting sections
ST 67 SW 3/150 of field walls
Known locally as a "Gloucestershire Stile". Probably late-C19. The one
on north side of road is a very good example of this type. A large wide
stone slab with rounded hole in centre of lower part for dogs and flanking
steps. Approached by 4 stone steps. About 5 ft 6 ins high to south and
about 3 ft high to north. Flanking rubble field walls.
About 30 yds to south-east is a less elaborate stile of the same kind.
The main slab is cracked; battered jambs in rubble field walls. Approached
by one step.
Listing NGR: ST6446970841
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Source: English Heritage
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