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Date Listed: 20 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 322440
OS Grid Reference: SE2227393549
OS Grid Coordinates: 422273, 493549
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3370, -1.6589
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SE 2293-2393 HORNBY HORNBY PARK
SE 2228 9355
Gothick folly, now ruinous. Early C19. For the 6th Duke of Leeds of Hornby
Castle (qv). Sandstone, lined with brick. 1 storey plus basement. East
side: ashlar. 1:1:1 bays. Central canted bay with pointed-arched doorway
set on 5 steps, with flanking matching windows, the top of the arches below
traceried gables. Basement windows of quatrefoils within pointed arches.
Parapet with triangular crenellations and corner pinnacles. West side:
coursed rubble. 2 upper-floor windows. Offset plinth. At basement level:
to right, 4-centred arched doorway; to left, 2 square window openings under
deep lintels. At upper level: tall pointed-arched quoined surrounds for
windows. String to overhanging ashlar parapet as on east side. The museum
contained a collection of stuffed local birds and animals. The basement was
occupied by the night-watchman and his family.
Listing NGR: SE2227393549
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Source: English Heritage
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