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Date Listed: 5 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 329622
OS Grid Reference: SE8837583150
OS Grid Coordinates: 488375, 483150
Latitude/Longitude: 54.2364, -0.6456
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ALLERSTON A 170
SE 88 SE
Bank of four limekilns. c1800. For Sir George Osbaldeston. Dressed
limestone with herringbone-tooled dressings; squared limestone platform.
Interior lined with red brick with cream brick flues. Wall approximately 10
metres high, built against a natural bank, contains openings to four
limekilns. Round-arched openings of raised voussoirs with raised impost
band; raised band above; and coped parapet to top. Wall below raised band
is battered, flat above. Interior: tunnel-vaulted kilns with segment-arched
flues to rear in surround of voussoirs and quoins. An impressive example of
Listing NGR: SE8836883163
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Source: English Heritage
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