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Listed Building record MDR7835 - Ogston Hall kitchen garden walls, Ogston Lane, Brackenfield

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Kitchen garden walls which were built in the late 18th century from sandstone rubble and red brick with sandstone dressings. They form a parallelogram of high rubble walls with corbelled rubble copings and red brick inner walls. The east doorcase is of re-used materials, the east face has quoined sides with a four-centred arched lintel inscribed 'R WM 1659' in inset panels and 'WT 1771' scratched either side. To the west face there is a depressed arch with a raised keystone and corner voussoirs inscribed 'TWE 1795'. Above to the north, on the eastern face, there is a re-used 13th century window with geometric tracery. The northern doorcase has flush quoined surround and a shouldered lintel with 'TWE 1798' inscribed in inset panels. (1)

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  • <1> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. List entry number 1087808.



Grid reference Centred SK 37733 59644 (48m by 68m)

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Jan 17 2024 12:29AM

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