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Eastern end of Hincaster Tunnel


The eastern portal of Hincaster Tunnel on the Lancaster Canal was completed in 1817. The limestone dressed portal is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Hincaster Tunnel Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hincaster Western end of Hincaster Tunnel
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The east portal of the Hincaster Tunnel

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Hincaster Tunnel, Lancaster Canal

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Disused Canal Tunnel, Hincaster, Cumbria

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Hincaster Tunnel, eastern end

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EAST PORTAL TO HINCASTER TUNNEL AND ACCOMMODATION BRIDGE OVER SUNKEN HORSE PATH - List Entry
- "Portal to canal tunnel and accommodation bridge over sunken horse path. Completed Christmas day 1817. By Thomas Fletcher, engineer. Tooled, dressed limestone with limestone string and coping and rounded fender ...

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Hincaster Eastern Portal

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List number: 1086575
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD5126585125

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