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Wall and Piers Breaking Forward from East End of Ramshaw Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Evenwood and Barony, County Durham

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.6333 / 54°38'0"N

Longitude: -1.7641 / 1°45'50"W

OS Eastings: 415325

OS Northings: 526493

OS Grid: NZ153264

Mapcode National: GBR JG3V.WV

Mapcode Global: WHC56.WS4W

Entry Name: Wall and Piers Breaking Forward from East End of Ramshaw Hall

Listing Date: 30 September 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1311138

English Heritage Legacy ID: 111388

Location: Evenwood and Barony, County Durham, DL14

County: County Durham

Civil Parish: Evenwood and Barony

Traditional County: Durham

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): County Durham

Church of England Parish: Evenwood

Church of England Diocese: Durham

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Listing Text

EVENWOOD AND BARONY RAMSHAW LANE
NZ 12 NE
(East side)
5/23 Wall and piers
breaking forward
from east end of
Ramshaw Hall

GV II

Wall and piers to Ramshaw Hall. c.1700. Sandstone ashlar. Dwarf wall with
moulded coping breaks forward from right end of house and ends in a pair of
square corniced piers with ball finials.


Listing NGR: NZ1532526493

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