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

The monument includes the well preserved standing remains of two lead ore hearth smeltmills and the buried remains of a third. The first smeltmill at Marrick was built by John Sayer in 1574-5. Built near the site of the later Low Mill, it is thought to have been the first in Swaledale, and...

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

Remains of part of the medieval town defences, comprising a length of curtain wall, a gateway and a tower, running between Hanover Street and the north bank of the River Tyne. Built between mid 13th century and the mid/late 14th century, the upstanding section of curtain wall stands to a m...

BERNINI FOUNTAIN

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

Late C17th fountain in the Water Terrace Gardens on the West Terrace, Blenheim Park. Presented to the first Duke of Marlborough in 1710. Restored in 1932 and sited in the lower Water Terrace Gardens by Achille Duchene.

WESTONZOYLAND PUMPING STATION

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A steam pumping station which was built circa 1830 for draining the Weston Level. The group of buildings which form the station are constructed from Flemish bond brick with double-Roman and pantiled roofs. The engine house, square on plan, is two-storeys high and has a further attached two...

HEAVENS GATE

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

Mid 18th century folly - an eye-catching hill-top landscape feature situated in Highclere Park comprising a thick brick wall broken by a tall central arch, flanked by a lesser arch on each side. The structure collapsed in 1739 and was rebuilt.

FENTONGOLLAN CROSS

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

Medieval wayside cross-head mounted on an architectural fragment set into a cross base, situated by the side of the road to the north west of St Michael Penkevil Church. It survrives as an upright granite head set on top of an upright granite window mullion. The head has unenclosed arms, a...

SKEFFINGTON HOUSE

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

Three gable-fronted house circa 1600, altered C19. Early C18 iron gates from Quenby Hall and C16th Tuscan column formerly set up as a cross? in High Cross Street (see SK 50 SE 106)

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Market cross constructed c. 1500, rebuilt in 1841 by G.P Manners.

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Cadman Street Canal Bridge. Canal bridge of circa 1819, designed by William Chapman to take Cadman Street across the Sheffield to Tinsley Canal.

ST ANDREWS CHURCH

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

The church is of possible 12th century origin, the only certain feature of that date however being the tub font. The rest is 13th and 15th century, refitted in 1633, repaired in 1755 and restored 1936-8. Plan of nave with Western bell-turret, chancel with North chapel, now vestry, at right...