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Lodge and gateway to Wray Castle


The entrance lodge and gateway to Wray Castle were built in c.1845, probably by H.P. Horner of Liverpool. The lodge, along with the castle are the property of the National Trust. The loge and gateway are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Low Wray Wray Castle National Trust Historic Buildings and Monuments in Claife Civil Parish
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Wray Castle Gateway and Lodge

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Entrance Lodge to Wray Castle

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Entry to the grounds at Wray Castle

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Entrance and gatehouse Wray Castle

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LODGE AND GATES TO WRAY CASTLE - List Entry
- "Lodge and gates. c.1845. Possibly by H.P. Horner. Dressed stone with slate roofs. Two-storey tower with one-storey wings to right and to rear. String course and top corbelled ...

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List number: 1087279
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3715800737

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