List number: 1015479
Keys to the Past HER: N3483
Grid ref: NU0395324716

The Hurl Stone


Tthe Hurl Stone is a Medieval standing cross located near Newtown and Lilburn Tower in Northumberland. The stone is a Scheduled Monument.

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The Hurl Stone

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The Hurl Stone and Hurlestone Tower, Lilburn

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Medieval standing cross known as the Hurl Stone, 900m north west of Newtown Mill - List Entry
- "...The Hurl Stone early medieval standing cross survives reasonably well and is a prominent landscape feature....The monument includes the shaft of a standing cross of medieval date situated in ...

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The Hurl Stone, Lilburn (Tillside)
- "People carved a stone cross between 1000 and 1500 years ago, during what archaeologists call the early medieval period. The shaft of the cross survives, standing on a hill north ...

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Lilburn
- Lilburn Tower, Lilburn Grange, East Lilburn

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