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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hincaster


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hincaster Civil Parish, Cumbria, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Accommodation Bridge over Sunken Horse Path 100 Yds East-South-East of West Portal of Hincaster Tunn 1086577 II    
Barn to North of Hincaster Hall 1086573 II    
Barn to South West of Sellet Hall 1086574 II    
Canal Cottage 1270982 II    
East Portal to Hincaster Tunnel and Accommodation Bridge over Sunken Horse Path 1086575 II 1817 Lancaster Canal
High Barns Farmhouse 1336093 II    
Hincaster Hall 1086572  II* C16th With C18th extension.
Railway Arch over Sunken Horse Path and Retaining Walls to South West of East Portal in Hincaster Tunnel 1086576 II    
Sellet Hall Bridge over Lancaster/Kendal Canal 1336094 II    
Well Heads Farmhouse 1086579 II    
West Portal to Hincaster Tunnel 1086578 II 1817 Lancaster Canal
Hincaster Tunnel horse path 1004594 n/a 1817 Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries. Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings.

Hincaster Civil Parish Hincaster Hall Western end of Hincaster Tunnel Eastern end of Hincaster Tunnel Horse Path, Hincaster Tunnel
Hincaster Hall
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Hincaster Hall
- Overview Map Street View Hincaster Hall is a farmhouse located a short distance to the west of the village of Hincaster. The hall was built in the late 16th century ...
Western end of Hincaster Tunnel
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Western end of Hincaster Tunnel
- Overview Map Street View The western 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.
Eastern end of Hincaster Tunnel
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Eastern end of Hincaster Tunnel
- Overview Map Street View 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 ...
Horse Path, Hincaster Tunnel
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Horse Path, Hincaster Tunnel
- Hincaster Tunnel, on the Lancaster Canal, had no towpath, so a separate horse path was built for horses to be led over the hill to the other side. Several accomodation ...

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