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Somerset Historic Environment Record


Site Name: Lime kiln and buildings, Lilstock harbour, Stringston
Civil Parish: Stringston
Grid Ref: ST 17300 45280 (ST 14 NE)
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Image: Image of HER 34099 - Photo by Somerset County Council (23 August 1983)
  HER 34099 - Photo by Somerset County Council (23 August 1983)

Public access:

The public accessibility of this site is unknown but it should be visible from a public right of way. Please assume that the site is private property. [Information last updated on 23 December 2002]


"Limekiln (dis)" printed on OS 1:10,000 map. {1}

Blocked limekiln, tunnel vaulted shed and walls - now derelict but stone built. {2}


1 Map - Ordnance Survey 1:10,000 map Sheet: ST14NE (1981)
2 Verbal communication - Aston, M [Mick]. Somerset County Council (04/03/1976). Location: Verbal, electronic or direct entry, no source retained
3 Survey report - Busby, C. To what extent can an archaeological survey of the remains at Lilstock Harbour in Somerset, tell us about economic activity that took place ... (2001) Unpublished A-Level coursework. Location: HER files under PRN 34098.
4 Correspondence - Knowles, A [Aubrey] Bridgwater Archaeological Society to Somerset County Council Historic Environment Record. (12/12/2008) Location: HER files under PRN 34098.

Record created in May 1984

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