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Description: Row of 3 Stone Troughs with Stone Walls
Date Listed: 12 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 330860
OS Grid Reference: SE3525257138
OS Grid Coordinates: 435252, 457138
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0091, -1.4636
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SE 3557 KNARESBOROUGH PARK ROW
7/189 Row of 3 stone troughs,
with stone walls
Row of 3 troughs with retaining walls. 1841 and earlier, restored c1980.
Gritstone. 3 troughs placed in line along the roadside, the north trough at
lower level. The retaining wall on the west side is approximately 2 metres
high and 6 metres long, with round coping, restored c1970. 2 short walls at
right angles to this: one at south end of southern trough, with date 1841
cut carefully in the end of the pointed coping stone facing the road. A
second wall between the central and northern trough, also with pointed
coping. The water emerges from a pipe in the southern cross-wall and passes
through the 3 troughs before disappearing into a road-side drain. This is
an ancient site, being shown on the 1629 map of Knaresborough and know as
the Stockwell. The three troughs are shown on the 1851 O.S. map of
Listing NGR: SE3525257138
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