Long Intakes Medieval Dispersed Settlement and Associated Kiln 370m South of Fell Foot


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Corn Drying Kiln

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Cumbria County Council

District Council

South Lakeland District Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Westmorland and Lonsdale

Grid Reference

SJ299299 (329912, 502820)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.4158, -3.08015

Nearest Postcode

LA22 9PF

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Earthwork remains of a medieval dispersed settlement and an associated kiln at Long Intakes, Little Langdale. It includes the remains of a building with enclosures to the north and west and a roadway to the east. The building appears to have been subdivided into three or four rooms. The kiln is built into a rise in the ground at the foot of Hollin Crag and comprises a circular stone-built structure. It may have served as a corn drying kiln.

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