Lime Kiln, west of Whitfield


There is a well preserved 19th century lime kiln to the west of Whitfield in Northumberland. It is in an isolated location below Dykerow Fell and on the east bank of Slatequarry Cleugh (stream). The lime kiln is Grade II listed. 

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Lime kiln below Dykerow Fell

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Lime kiln below Dykerow Fell (4)

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Lime kiln below Dykerow Fell (3)

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Left hand arch of the lime kiln below Dykerow Fell

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Right hand arch of the lime kiln below Dykerow Fell

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Lime kiln below Dykerow Fell (2)

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The top of the lime kiln below Dykerow Fell

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LIMEKILN ON EAST BANK OF SLATEQUARRY CLEUGH - List Entry
- "Limekiln, C19. Coursed rubble, brick. Trapezoidal plan with twin elliptical drawing arches, each corbelled down to pair of square-headed eyes divided by a brick pilaster. Rough coping above. Raking buttress ...

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