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Servants Tunnels to Ingleborough Hall and Gateway, Clapham cum Newby

Description: Servants Tunnels to Ingleborough Hall and Gateway

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 June 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 324151

OS Grid Reference: SD7464069447
OS Grid Coordinates: 374640, 469447
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1203, -2.3895

Location: Church Avenue, Clapham, North Yorkshire LA2 8DT

Locality: Clapham cum Newby
Local Authority: Craven District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: LA2 8DT

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Listing Text

SD 7496
(east side)
13/3 Servants' tunnels to
Ingleborough Hall and
Former access tunnels for servants to Ingleborough Hall (qv) and gateway. Early
C19. Tunnels: rubble with ashlar dressings. Left-hand tunnel dated 1833 gave
access to former stables; round arch with rock-faced voussoirs, stringcourse and
parapet with engaged pilasters. Tunnel is c30 metres long beyond which is a second
tunnel c 35 metres long with rubble faces, linked by a sunken drive c 12 metres
long. Right-hand tunnel gave access to service wing of Ingleborough Hall: blocked
segmental arch with stringcourse at impost level and projecting keystone, string-
course to parapet. Similar design to entrance at service wing. Rubble wall to
south c70 metres long to gateway from hall to Church of St James (qv). Ashlar gate-
way has round arch, rock-faced voussoirs, impost band and side pilasters. String-
course to base of cornice. Wrought iron gates.

Listing NGR: SD7464069447

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Source: English Heritage

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