List number: 1233049
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU2371228547

Beadnell Harbour


Beadnell Harbour is located to the south of Beadnell in Northumberland. The present harbour was built in the 18th century and was extended 1798 for John Wood of Beadnell Hall.[1] This extending of the harbour was to support the export of lime from the lime kilns at the east of the harbour, and of herring from a drying house (now demolished). The harbour piers are Grade II listed.

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Beadnell Harbour and lime kilns

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Beadnell Harbour, Northumberland

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Beadnell Harbour

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Low Tide at Beadnell Harbour

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Beadnell Harbour and Lime Kiln

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BEADNELL HARBOUR PIERS - List Entry
- "Harbour piers. C18, extended 1798 for John Wood of Beadnell Hall. Large blocks of squared stone. Two L-plan piers c.50 yards long forming small harbour. Extended for the export ...

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BEADNELL BAY P1200621

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