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Waitby Castle (Romano-British settlement)


Castle Hill is located about ¼ mile east of the village of Waitby and 1 mile west of Kirkby Stephen. Waitby Castle is an oval-shaped Romano-British hilltop enclosure situated on the summit of the Hill. The earthworks and buried remains of Waitby Castle, together with a length of medieval dyke here are a Scheduled Monument. The monument straddles Waitby Civil Parish and Kirkby Stephen Civil Parish.

Waitby Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kirkby Stephen Historic Buildings and Monuments in Waitby Civil Parish Scheduled Monument
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Settlement, Castle Hill

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Grazing, Castle Hill

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Waitby Castle enclosed Romano-British settlement and part of a medieval dyke
- "...The monument includes the earthworks and buried remains of Waitby Castle enclosed Romano-British settlement together with a length of medieval dyke. Waitby Castle is an oval-shaped hilltop enclosure situated on ...

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Waitby Castle
- "Waitby Castle is situated about a mile and a half West of Kirkby Stephen, and about a quarter of a mile East of the small village of Waitby. The remains ...

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List number: 1018063
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY7569208321

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