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Somerset County Council
West Somerset District Council
Bridgwater and West Somerset
SJ062062 (306184, 143219)
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Three disused mid-late 19th century lime kilns survive as substantial structures, a further two, and associated buildings, are visible as turf covered stonework. The best preserved are probably mid/late nineteenth century. Grey lias and red sandstone random rubble walling. segmental and semi-circular brick arches and brick linings to kilns. Walls capped with new stonework and concrete. Stone retaining walls run down to entrance opening - on Cleeve Hill. Group value with adjoining Daws Castle earth works, a Scheduled Ancient Monument . The lime kilns have been recorded on aerial photographs and during field survey in 2004.
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