List number: 1006569
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU0805838572

Dovecote, Buckton


To the north of Buckton in Northumberland are the well remains of a late medieval/early post-medieval dovecote, which was first documented in 1626.[1] The dovecote has about 250 nest holes, laid out in 13 rows. The dovecote is Grade II listed.

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Dovecote at Buckton

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Buckton Dovecot

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Restored dovecote at Buckton

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Buckton Dovecote

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Dovecote, Buckton

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Buckton dovecote - List Entry
- "....The monument includes the remains of a dovecote of late medieval/early post-medieval date, situated on gently sloping ground just north west of the village of Buckton. The dovecote is ...

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