NYHER MNY 14560
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
Other comments: None
The ice house is part of the Jervaulx Park site.
Ice house shown on 1851 OS map.
Remains of a structure are still extant.
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