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Watch Tower & Former Customs House


Located at the end of Tower Street

Roa Island Historic Buildings and Monuments in Barrow-in-Furness
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Building at the western end of Tower Street

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Building at the western end of Tower Street

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The Old Customs House Roa Island

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Steps and shore, Roa Island

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Roa Island

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Roa Island

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Roa Island

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WATCH TOWER - Roa Island - List Entry
- "Customs house now workshop. 1849 (previous list description). Pebbles laid in chevrons, red sandstone dressings; graduated slate roof. Central archway with 2-storey, 1-bay boathouse wing on left and small square ...

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Old Customs House, Roa Island

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So Lonely, By Your Side

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Windswept Vigil

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The Watchtower, Roa Island

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The Watchtower, Roa Island

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Watch Tower

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Roa Island Watch Tower

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List number: 1218986
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD2318564864

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