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Wash house & earth closet, 1 Stang End, Skelwith, Little Langdale

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

WALLS - Green quarried slates with a strong horizontal emphasis are laid dry between flatways quoins. The south wall of the wash house has been rebuilt in mortar and includes some breeze blocks.ROOF - Sawn rafters and purlins support thick slates torched on their undersides, rising to a bl...

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Main Range, Yew Tree Farm, Dunham Woodhouses

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

L-shaped plan, two storey range of c.1800 with later additions and alterations of c.1910. Built of brick in English garden wall bond with Flemish garden wall bond to the NE elevation. Single storey gable roofed extension to S.Gable roof with slates, grey ridge tiles, slight overhung verge...

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Sandstone Steps on natural slope to W of Old Hall

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

Flight of sandstone steps with two newels at the top of the flight and sidesteps also of stone. The eastern newel has an eroded date of 1859. The other newel is too eroded to see if it contained any inscription. The purpose of the steps is unclear although it may have been a viewing platfo...

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Possible barrow, Hellowe Towans

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

A 0.7m high mound (Gwithian site XIII) forming a group with sites: 90746; 90747; and 90748.This site is unexcavated but may represent a barrow or other archaeological feature associated with the Bronze Age settlement (site:90750). Archaeological Comments - Site:90745*0 The nature of this...

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Earlier Military Road Earthwork,South Bottom, Brean Down, Somerset

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

Status: Scheduled Monument

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Barn at Low Wray Farm, Low Wray, Claife

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

Building 1 (NTSMNR 28815) is a four-bay barn at the north end of the site, attached to and clearly post-dating Building 2 (NTSMR 28816); the architectual evidence suggests that the barn dates from the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, but was extended on three sides during the m...

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Barrow, Cape Cornwall, West Penwith Coast

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

During the Bronze Age, a barrow cemetery appears to have been established along the centre of the ridge running down to the Cape. Two barrows were noted by antiquarians; one, which apparently contained an urn (of unknown type) had been destroyed by 1879. (see Site 95604).

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Home Farm, Farm Buildings, Harewoods

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

Home Farm was built by Thomas Pope in 1855 as a replacement to browns Hill Farm which he demolished. Since that date there have been a number of additions and demolitions, detailed below. An early C20 building phase may relate to other estate improvements dated 1907/8. There were in 1875...

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Pig houses, Dairy Cottage, Cotehele House

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

Pighouses. Single-storey stone pig house range, L- shaped at left front; right end formed by boundary wall. Hipped roof.The building is unusual in being L-shaped, also untypical are the former runs with slate divisions and feeding chutes. Despite a relative lack of features this building i...

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Pig house, Chenhalls Farm, Bosloe, Mawnan

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

Rectangular single storey gabled stone pig house. At front right section of cobbled pathway with granite kerb. At front is massive granite pedestal probably C19-C20, origin and purpose unknown. Nice example of typical later C19 Cornish pig house. Rectangular two storey stone farmhouse w...

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