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Lemmington Branch


Lemmington Branch built in the late 18th century, is an 'eyecatcher' on Lemmington Bank, about half a mile east of Lemmington Hall. The building incorporates a farmhouse and other residences with a Gothic-style battlemented frontage, built to characterise a hilltop castle. Lemmington Branch is a Grade II listed building. Codger Fort, near Rothley, is another example of a late 18th century construction built to resemble a hilltop castle.

Lemmington Historic Buildings and Monuments in Edlingham Civil Parish Codger Fort, Rothley
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Lemmington Branch

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LEMMINGTON BRANCH FARMHOUSE WITH SCREEN WALL AND BUILDINGS - List Entry
- "Hilltop eyecatcher, incorporating house and farmbuildings. Late C18. Screen wall squared stone, other parts rubble with cut dressings; Welsh slate roofs. Overall E-plan with farmhouse at centre flanked by ranges ...

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Codger Fort, Rothley
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Codger Fort, Rothley
- Overview Map Street View Codger Fort is a folly near Rothley in Northumberland, built in c.1770 by Thomas Wright for Sir Walter Blackett, as part of the Wallington estate. The ...

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List number: 1041994
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU1328311476

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