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

Remains of a pele tower, built pre-1541, altered in 1602, raised in the 18th century and restored in 1904. The stone-built structure survives as a roofless building with a barrel vaulted ground floor. A turf-covered circular structure attached to its south west side is probably a contempor...

WORKINGTON HALL

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Tower probably erected in 1362 and greatly enlarged in the 15th century, probably circa 1404, to become a fortified tower house. New windows were inserted in the early 16th century and in the late 16th century the north range was extended. There were some

PEAK CASTLE

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Also known as Peveil or Castleton Castle. The ruins of a medieval keep castle predominantly dating from the 11th to the 14th century. Among the first of the Norman castles to be built in England after the Conquest and granted to William Peveril, who was thought to have been an illegitimate...

COOMBE MILL

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Probable late 18th century watermill. Field investigations in 1993, by the Exeter Archaeological Unit noted the mill to be in ruins and the overshot waterwheel was missing. The wheel was housed in a wheel pit on the northeast side of building. The mill pond survived as a dry feature. The d...

APPLEBY CASTLE

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

Royal castle. Originally a motte and bailey castle, replaced by a stone keep circa 1170 (see NY61NE23). A house (see NY61NE25) was built within the grounds of the bailey probably in the 14th century which incorporated a 13th century round tower and other

RYE HOUSE

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Site of a 15th century fortified manor house. The gatehouse, moat, two stretches of walling and two chimneys survive. The house was built circa 1443 and in 1683 was the scene of the Rye House Plot to murder Charles II. It had been converted for use as the parish workhouse by 1834. Circa 18...

GOODRICH CASTLE

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The ruined, earthwork and buried remains of Goodrich Castle, which rises from the sandstone bedrock of a promontory overlooking a crossing point on the River Wye. The quadrangular castle encloses an earlier tower keep and has an outer ward on its north and west sides. It has a substantial...

HOPTON CASTLE

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Castle probably early 14th century with later additions and alterations. Castle motte, inner and outer baileys and fishpond surviving as earthworks. Remains of stone tower keep. Alleged site of chapel. The Keep is 14 metres by 12 metres in size and has a small projecting stair tower at the...

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

Thrintoft Grange appears to have been a lesser grange of Jervaulx Abbey, and the only surviving Medieval building is the chapel. The remains of the chapel are apparently 13th century. The walls, containing three original window openings and a piscina, are intact, but the whole is in a dila...

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

Wheel pit to Greenburn Mine. Field investigations by English Heritage in 2000 found the well-preserved remains of a stone-built wheel-pit , built to hold a large overshot wheel, probably measuring 9.8 metres, powering the winding and pumping gear in Engin