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Harraby Toll Cottage

No.258, London Road in Carlisle is the former cottage for the Harraby Toll Gate of the Carlisle to Eamont Bridge Turnpike (established 1752). The cottage was built in 1830. When the turnpike closed in 1883 the cottage was purchased as the Lodge for Chertsey Hill by John Bewley Atkinson.[1] Now called 'The Lodge'. The former Harraby Toll Cottage is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

London Road Harraby Private Residence Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carlisle 1830
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Tollhouse by the A6, London Road, Harraby

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Former toll cottage, London Road

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The Lodge, London Road at Chertsey Grove junction

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THE LODGE - Carlisle - List Entry
- "Toll cottage for the Harraby Toll Gate, then lodge, now house. 1830 for the Carlisle to Eamont Bridge Turnpike. Calciferous sandstone ashlar covered by painted render, on squared plinth. Pyramidal …

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List number: 1217845
List grade: 2
Unitary Auth: Cumberland
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4150054441


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