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Lorbottle Bankhead Quarry lime kiln

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Lime kiln, largely intact. Built into one side of quarry, with three drawing arches made of long stones extending the full depth of round section of arch. One eye per arch. One semi-circular pot, full. Constructed of dressed sandstone. (1)Site status:

Nos 8 to 12 (even) Lisburn Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Nos 8 to 12 (even) Lisburn Street (north side). Grade II listed building. Part of the Howick Street development, after 1831. (1)The Howick Street development was a superior quality suburb created by William Smith in the 1830s, on land formerly belonging to General Lambert. There were writt...

Circular stack stand

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Large circular embanked feature. (1) Circular stack stand, 6m diameter, attached to a small rectangular turf enclosure. (Probably the same as noted above). (2) U earthworks, NT 799087. (3)Site status: NATIONAL PARK; CROWN LAND

Quern, DENWICK (DET)

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

(NU 16711095) Camp (Site of). (1)On Rugley Moor House farm there was a camp; but it is now barely traceable. It was of squarish form with rounded corners and contained 1-1/8 acres; it had a rampart and ditch. Close to, but outside, the camp a stone quern was found. (2)This earthwork is sit...

Nos 9 and 11 Bridge Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Nos 9 and 11 Bridge Street. Grade II listed buildings (with No 11A). 18th century, ashlar. (1)Site status: LISTED BUILDING GRADE II; CONSERVATION AREA

Building remains

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Building, measures 14m x 4m, with one room. Associated with field walls, earlier turf and stone stell overlain by modern stone stell. (1)One or two rectangular buildings, visible on aerial photographs.(2)Site status: CROWN LAND; NATIONAL PARK

Cart shed and forge c.30 yards west of Towermartin Farmhouse

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Cart shed and forge c.30 yards west of Towermartin Farmhouse. Grade II listed building. Late 18th century. (1)Site status: LISTED BUILDING GRADE II

Wreighburn House Hospital of St James

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

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Rock South Farm possible ring ditch

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Cropmark of a circular enclosure with an unbroken perimeter, c.20m in diameter. Internal mark at the centre. Possibly a ring ditch? (1)Site status:

Pin Well

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Wishing well. (1) A wishing well whereby if a crooked pin was dropped into the water the wish would be fulfilled. (2)According to ancient custom lovers go to the well at midnight and, after bending and throwing a pin into the water, they wish for a speedy marriage or some other lover-like...