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Denver Sluice

A Grade II Listed Building in Denver, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.5837 / 52°35'1"N

Longitude: 0.342 / 0°20'31"E

OS Eastings: 558772

OS Northings: 301013

OS Grid: TF587010

Mapcode National: GBR N5L.WW2

Mapcode Global: WHJPZ.7B42

Entry Name: Denver Sluice

Listing Date: 9 November 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1077851

English Heritage Legacy ID: 221456

Location: Denver, King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk, PE38

County: Norfolk

District: King's Lynn and West Norfolk

Civil Parish: Denver

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Denver St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Ely

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Listing Text


4/10 Denver Sluice

- II

Sluice and bridge. 1834 by Sir John Rennie. Enlarged 1923, new flood gate
1928, gates replaced 1960 and again 1983. Brick, stone and steel. 4 arched
bridge of brick finished with ashlar and rusticated. 4 ashlar piers of which
the outer 2 project north and south to form locks. 3 sluice chambers
controlled by timber tide gates to north and 3 steel guillotine gates to south.

Listing NGR: TF5877201013

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