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Village Stocks, Gamblesby

The village stocks in Gamblesby date from the late 17th century. They are wrought iron on a red sandtone base. The stocks are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Gamblesby Historic Buildings and Monuments in Glassonby Civil Parish
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Village stocks, Gamblesby

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VILLAGE STOCKS - Gamblesby - List Entry
- "Stocks. Probably late C17. Red sandstone with wrought iron bars, set into C20 plinth. Long narrow stone with hollows to take 2 pairs of legs, with corresponding iron leg clamps, …

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List grade: 1327035
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY6092539495


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