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Description: Flue of Grinton Smelting Mill
Date Listed: 13 February 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 321956
OS Grid Reference: SE0498796470
OS Grid Coordinates: 404987, 496470
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3637, -1.9247
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GRINTON COGDEN MOOR
SE 09 NE)
SE 09 NE)
17/19) Flue of Smelting Mill
Remains of flue. c1820. Rubble. Barrel-vaulted, parabolic in section. The
flue emerged from the north side of Grinton Smelting Mill, ran at the back of
the peat store, and up the hillside eastwards for a distance of 300 metres,
climbing 350 metres, to a square chimney at the summit which has fallen completely.
The flue has callapsed in places. Scheduled as an Ancient Monument. Included
partly for group considerations.
Listing NGR: SE0498796470
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Source: English Heritage
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