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Bewerley Village Holding Reservoir  | OS Grid Ref: 415650,464600  | Site classified as: Reservoir  | HPG Ref: 60018

Map Evidence

OS Not shown
1909 OS
As above
1946 OS Sheet SE 16 SE
No feature shown

Other documentary evidence

MNY 14344

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Thought to be an ice house, but now known as a holding reservoir for Bewerley village.
Site Access: In field E of Fishpond Wood, several m N from footpath. No access to ice house structure
Parking: Several permissive footpaths
Visibility: Clearly visible from track
North boundary: Grassy mound in field
East boundary: Metal fence old park
West boundary: Stone wall and wood
Buildings: 2 stone doorways visible, now blocked
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Flat stone lintels roughly 1.25 m wide, 5 m deep, 10 cm high.
Other man-made features: Mound, appears to run 10 m back
General Condition: Blocked off
Local knowledge: Photographs (Yes) DC
Recorder: PW/ DC
Date: 20/04/2009

Additional Information

The structure is marked on 1851 OS map, but use is uncertain. It is located on private property.

Sites related to this one

This site is one of several that are related to Bewerley Hall.

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
Originally thought to be an ice house, but now known to be a holding reservoir for Bewerley village.
Pictured in April 2009.
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