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Harbybrow


Harbybrow (aka Harby Brow) is a farm / hamlet in the Allerdale district of Cumbria. It is situated by the River Ellen and located about 1 mile south-west of the village of Mealsgate and about 5½ miles south-west of Wigton. Harby Brow Tower, which adjoins the fatmhouse here, dates from the 15th Century. The tower is a Grade I listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Cumbria River Ellen Allhallows Civil Parish Historic Buildings and Monuments in Allhallows Civil Parish
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Footpath from Harbybrow

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Track to Harbybrow

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HARBY BROW TOWER, ADJOINING FARMHOUSE AND BARN - Allhallows - List Entry
- "Tower house, farmhouse and adjoining barn. C15 for Alexander Highmoor, early C19 farmhouse, replacing hall range dated by inscription retained inside THYS HOUSE WAS BUILDED IN THE FOURH YERE OF ...

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