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Old Water Tower, Seascale


The old water tower is a prominent landmark near the seafront at Seascale. It was built in the late 19th century for the Furness Railway Company and stands near the station, in an area which was once a railway goods yard. The old water tower is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Seascale Historic Buildings and Monuments in Seascale Furness Railway
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Water tower, Seascale

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A water tower at Seascale

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Water Tower, Seascale

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Railway Water Tower

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OLD WATER TOWER TO NORTH OF SEASCALE SPORTS HALL - List entry
- 3-stage water tower in former railway goods yard. Late C19. For Furness Railway Co. Rock-faced stone with ashlar bands and dressings, conical slate roof. Top is corbelled out. 2-light single-chamfered ...

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1906 Postcard Seascale Railway Station,Cumbria

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List number: 1086594
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0375801065

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