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© Dr Barbara Hilton

IoE Number: 432883
Photographer: Dr Barbara Hilton
Date Photographed: 19 May 2004
Date listed: 19 June 1989
Date of last amendment: 19 June 1989
Grade II

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WOOLFARDISWORTHYBUCKS MILLSSS 32 SE6/237Lime Kiln to eastof beach acces with

WOOLFARDISWORTHY BUCKS MILLS SS 32 SE 6/237 Lime Kiln to east of beach acces with access ramp GV II Lime kiln and access ramp. C19. Rubble. A large kiln built directly off the rock at the back of the beach, and with an access ramp dropping steeply from the cliff to the west. Roughly square on plan, rising up to 6 m from the rock to flat grassed surface partly contained in parapet wall. A horizontal thin stone course projects externally at the upper platform level. Segmental-headed opening towards the west, and two openings on south face. On the east side a very steep ramp descends from the adjoining cliff face, and contains one large plain arched throughway. Another kiln lies to the west of the beach access (q.v.) and the two items are important physical survivals and reminders of the earlier activity on this north Devon coast.

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