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1946 OS Sheet SE 16 SE
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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
The structure is marked on 1851 OS map, but use is uncertain. It is located on private property.
This site is one of several that are related to Bewerley Hall.
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