Rickerby Park Tower


A folly, and possibly a dovecote built c.1835, for George Head Head, in the grounds of Rickerby House.[1] The tower is Grade II listed.

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Rickerby Park Tower

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Rickerby Park Tower

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The Rickerby Park Tower

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Victorian Folly

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TOWER, NORTH OF EDEN SCHOOL - Rickerby - List Entry
- "Possibly dovecote. Circa 1835, for George Head Head, whose house is now Eden School. Walls of mixed red and yellow dressed sandstone, with slated octagonal pointed roof. 3 storeys of ...

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Rickerby House
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Rickerby House
- Rickerby House was built c.1835 for George Head Head (c.1795 - 1876), banker, mine owner and High Sheriff of Cumberland. Landscaped gardens were laid out around the house. In 1922 much ...
Rickerby Park, Carlisle
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Rickerby Park, Carlisle
- Overview About Rickerby Park Map Street View   Rickerby Park is a public open space in Carlisle, Cumbria on the banks of the River Eden. The parkland is dotted with ...

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