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KELP KILN

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

One of at least seven stone features, identifiable as the remains of kelp kilns, on Chapel Island and are potentially the most interesting found during the survey, as they appear larger and better preserved. Unfortunately, with one exception, they are covered by dense vegetation making mea...

STONE SLIPWAY

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

This small slipway abuts the southern side of Katharine Quay (MRD 206:208) and the adjacent seawall. It follows the line of the wall and quay, running north from its landward end and sweeping north-east to the waters edge. It consists of five granite steps leading to a slipway c. 19m long...

CASTLE

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

On a rise, which overlooks good views to the N. and NW and NE. The ground slopes downwards to the N. and NE. Harris (1744), 85, says that the castle here (said to have been built in 1647) is utterly destroyed but Knox (1875), 354-5 states that the earth ramparts ... were levelled ... in 18...

D-SHAPED RECLAMATION BANK

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

The remains of a roughly D-shaped reclamation bank lie on a flat, sandy foreshore which gradually turns to mudflats towards LWM. The structure encloses an area of sand and mud and a small tidal pool. Immediately to the east is a small stream.The feature consists of single rows of medium s...

HEDGE SCHOOL

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

This site consists of a small rectangular structural foundation 6m x 3m which is said locally to be a hedge school which was in full swing in 1860.

EAST FORT. ARTILLERY FORT: EAST BATTERY or FORT

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

In Enniskillen on the top of Fort Hill, a drumlin on the E bank of the River Erne, 740m E of Enniskillen Castle [FER 211:039]. This is a strategic location overlooking the river in an arc SW-W-NW. Designated East Battery on the 1835 OS 6 map & East Fort on the current IG map, with a small...

KELP KILN

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

One of seven stone features identifiable as the remains of kelp kilns, on the southern end of Chapel Island and are potentially the most interesting found during the survey, as they appear larger and better preserved. Unfortunately, with one exception, they are covered by dense vegetation...

KELP STORE

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

One of seven stone features identifiable as the remains of kelp kilns, on the southern end of Chapel Island and are potentially the most interesting found during the survey, as they appear larger and better preserved. Unfortunately, with one exception, they are covered by dense vegetation...

HAMILTON GRAVING DOCK. HAMILTON GRAVING DOCK - c.f. IHR 10486:3 for details

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

The Hamliton graving dock was the first graving dock built on the Co. Down side of the River Lagan; its service basin, the Abercorn Basin was created out of open water facing the Harland & Wolff berths. The dock is 450ft long & is well maintained & in periodic use. The basin covers over 12...

NEWCASTLE HARBOUR. HARBOUR: NEWCASTLE HARBOUR

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

The port of Newcastle has a long demonstrable maritime history from medieval times to the present. This is a fine C19th harbour which retains much of its original character and it still in small scale use. The heritage value of the harbour has increased in recent years with the loss, throu...