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Toll Bar Cottage, Casterton


This former toll house is located on the A683 road, near the entrance to Casterton Golf Course, to the south-west of the village of Casterton. It was built in the mid to late 18th century, probably by the Sedbergh Turnpike Trust, which was established in 1762. The former toll house, now a residence, is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Note: one source indicates that it was built in connection with the turnpike road from Kendal to Kirkby Lonsdale[1], but it's location is more consistent with the Sedbergh to Greta Bridge turnpike road, rather than the Kendal-Kirkby Lonsdale-Settle turnpike road.

Casterton Historic Buildings and Monuments in Casterton Civil Parish Old Milestone, by Casterton Grange
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Cafe by the golf course, Casterton

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Tollhouse

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Toll Bar Cottage

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GATEHOUSE - Casterston - List Entry
- "Toll house, now house. Probably mid to late C18. Plastered stone with dressed stone, and slate roof. 2-storey bowed bay with gabled roof extending over flanking single storey bays; later ...

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Old Milestone, by Casterton Grange
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Old Milestone, by Casterton Grange
- Overview Map Street View This old stone milestone is located on the west side of the A683 close to the entrance to Casterton Grange, to the north of the village of ...

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List number: 1086895
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD6213779130

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