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© Dr Barbara Hilton

IoE Number: 432882
Photographer: Dr Barbara Hilton
Date Photographed: 22 May 2004
Date listed: 19 June 1989
Date of last amendment: 19 June 1989
Grade II

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WOOLFARDISWORTHYBUCKS MILLSSS 32 SE6/236Lime Kiln to west ofbeach access

WOOLFARDISWORTHY BUCKS MILLS SS 32 SE 6/236 Lime Kiln to west of beach access GV II Double lime kiln. C19. Rubble. Two kilns, each brought forward to roughly cylindrical frontage joined by flat segmental pointed arch, now blocked. January 1985 and with a second similar but open arch to the right, containing inner rough stone vault and flat arch to hearth. The kilns are built in to the cliff face and have a flat upper surface part occupied by unsuitable C20 structure. The whole is sert on a stone sett platform on retaining wall which rises from the back of the beach. Another kiln lies to the east of the beach access (q.v.), and the two items are important physical survivals and reminded of the earlier activity on this north Devon coast.

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