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Jervaulx Park (Ice House)  | OS Grid Ref: 417520,485720  | Site classified as: Ice House  | HPG Ref: 60016

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Other documentary evidence


Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Ice House
Site Access: Via entrance to Jervaulx Abbey, follow path to gate into ruins, bear right before gate, follow boundary wall on left, pass through trees at far end
Visibility: Clearly visible from jtn of path N/S. Hillock covered by trees.
Micro climate: Sheltered, overgrown with trees
North boundary: Stream & thick undergrowth
South boundary: Gritstone wall then fence
East boundary: Fence
West boundary: Gateway & overgrown path
Buildings: Walled gritstone surround still visible through trees
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Muddy pathway leading to nettles
Water features: None
Other man-made features: Enclosed with dry-stone wall; ice house gritstone
Natural features: None
Planting: Hawthorn, ash, wych elm,elder, sycamore
General Condition: Derelict
Possible contact: Owner of Jervaulx Abbey
Local knowledge: None
Recommendations: NFA
Other comments: None
Recorder: DJ/MJ
Date: 27/7/07

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The ice house is part of the Jervaulx Park site.

Additional Information

Ice house shown on 1851 OS map.
Remains of a structure are still extant.

Extract from 1851 OS map centred on Site
Extract from OS Landranger map centred on Site
Extract from Google Map image map centred on Site
Location of ice house remains.
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