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Howard Memorial Shelter, Brampton


The octagonal shelter on The Sands in Brampton was built c.1930 and is inscribed with a dedication to George and Rosalind Howard. The memorial shelter is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. 

To George James Howard
9th Earl of Carlisle 1843-1911 and to
Rosalind Frances his wife 1845 - 1921

Brampton Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brampton, Cumbria
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Shelter on The Sands, Brampton

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Brampton

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Vaulting in the shelter at Sands, Brampton

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Inscription in the shelter at Sands, Brampton

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Memorial shelter on The Sands

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HOWARD MEMORIAL SHELTER - Brampton, Carlisle - List Entry
- "Memorial shelter. Circa 1930, inscribed TO GEORGE JAMES HOWARD 9th EARL OF CARLISLE, 1843-1911, AND TO ROSALIND FRANCES, HIS WIFE, 1845-1921. Snecked calciferous sandstone ashlar, stone-slate roof. Octagonal single storey ...

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List number: 1087647
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY5357561221

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