Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne


The lime kilns at Castle Point on Lindisfarne are amongst the largest and best preserved lime kilns in Northumberland. They have a complex layout compared to many other lime kilns. The lime kilns were built in 1860 by William Nicholl, and quarrying and slaking occurring until 1900.[1] Limestone was quarried from the north of the island and brought to the kilns via a railway, some remains of which cans still be seen. The kilns are located within the Lindisfarne Castle Grade II registered park and garden; they are owned and managed by the National Trust.

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Lindisfarne limekilns

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Lindisfarne Castle - Lime Kilns

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Lime kilns on Holy Island

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Lime Kilns

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Inside The Lime Kilns

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Kiln Shadows

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Lindisfarne Lime Kiln

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Lindisfarne Lime Kiln

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Lime kilns on Lindisfarne

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Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island. Limekiln interior

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Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island. Limekiln interior

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Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island. Limekiln information board

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Disused lime kiln near Lindisfarne Castle

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Lindisfarne Castle - Lime Kilns

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Lindisfarne Lime Kiln

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Fireplace within the Limekilns

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Lindisfarne lime kilns

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Lime kilns - Lindisfarne - List Entry
- "....The monument includes the remains of a row of lime kilns of post-medieval date, situated on the south east tip of Holy Island just beyond Lindisfarne Castle. The battery of ...

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Lindisfarne Castle Point Lime Kilns

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Lindisfarne Castle Point Lime Kilns

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Lindisfarne Castle Point Lime Kilns

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Lindisfarne Castle Point Lime Kilns

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