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AnotherNorthumberland lime kilnOne of the better preservedlime kilnsin the county, offering the chance to see them from above as well as at ground level. The information boards explain the process and show what hard work it was.

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  • The way it used to be   Review of TossonLime Kilns

    The way it used to be Review of TossonLime Kilns

    Apr 03, 2019· TossonLime Kilns: The way it used to be - See 5 traveler reviews, 3 candid photos, and great deals for Rothbury, UK, atTripadvisor.

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  • Things to do onHoly Island (Lindisfarne) in Northumberland

    Things to do onHoly Island (Lindisfarne) in Northumberland

    May 25, 2019· Also head to theLime Kilnswhich can be found on the headland called Castle Point a little beyond the castle. These are the largest and best preservedlime kilnsinNorthumberland. Opening times will vary due to tides. Entry costs £9.00 for adults, £4.50 for children, £22.50 for a family. Group rates are also available.

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  • Lime Kilns StockPhotos &Lime Kilns StockImages   Alamy

    Lime Kilns StockPhotos &Lime Kilns StockImages Alamy

    Stone arch of oldlime kilnson Holy Island,Northumberland, England, UK view south of coastline Knowle QuarryLime Kilnson Wenlock Edge, Shropshire. Small boats in Beadnell Harbour and the remains of thelime kilns, the earliest of which dates back to 1789.

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  • Limekilns, Beadnell,Northumberland|Educational Images

    Limekilns, Beadnell,Northumberland|Educational Images

    It was used as fertilizer in the fields. Thelimefrom thesekilnswas mainly exported to Scotland. By 1822 they had fallen out of use askilns. They were used by local fishermen for curing herrings. LocationNorthumberlandBeadnell Period Georgian (1714 - 1836) Tagslime kilnindustry Georgian (1714 - 1836)

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  • Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne | Co Curate

    Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne | Co Curate

    Thelime kilnsat Castle Point on Lindisfarne are amongst the largest and best preservedlime kilnsinNorthumberland. They have a complex layout compared to many otherlime kilns. Thelime kilnswere built in 1860 by William Nicholl, and quarrying and slaking occurring until 1900.[] Limestone was quarried from the north of the island and brought to thekilnsvia a railway, some remains of ...

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  • Lime kilns, Holy Island, Northumberland

    Lime kilns, Holy Island, Northumberland

    Lime kilnsis a Scheduled Monument in Holy Island,Northumberland, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

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  • Beadnell:NorthumberlandCoast   an Area of Outstanding

    Beadnell:NorthumberlandCoast an Area of Outstanding

    Beadnell. The harbour walls ofBeadnellwere built in the 1790's and thelime kilnsof that date still remain. Stretching from the harbour is the long golden sweep ofBeadnellbay with the ruined Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance. This sheltered bay makes an ideal location for some of the best sailing and wind surfing on theNorthumberlandcoast.

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  • Beadnell Harbour and Lime Kilns   2020 All You Need to

    Beadnell Harbour and Lime Kilns 2020 All You Need to

    Hotels near Beadnell Harbour andLime Kilns: (0.01 km) Beadnell Beach Guesthouse (0.03 km) Beach Court (0.15 km) DUNE VIEW, family friendly, with a garden in Beadnell, Ref 2511 (0.21 km) The Moorings. (0.24 km) Annstead Farm Accommodation; View all hotels near Beadnell Harbour andLime Kilns…

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  • Limekilns of the North Northumberland Coast | Archaeology

    Limekilns of the North Northumberland Coast | Archaeology

    The mode ofburning limein this county, is mostly indraw-kilns, of the form of an inverted cone, with two or three eyes or mouths for drawing out thelime, and admitting air: Thesekilnsare kept burning and drawing perpetually.

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  • Lime kiln,BeadnellBay © N Chadwick cc by sa/2.0

    Lime kiln,BeadnellBay © N Chadwick cc by sa/2.0

    Beadnellis within the NorthNorthumberlandHeritage Coast and theNorthumberlandCoast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Lime KilnsFor Wikipedia entry forLime Kilnssee Link.Beadnell Lime KilnsThreelime kilns, the earliest built in 1789, are located to the east ofBeadnellHarbour. By 1822 thekilnhad fallen out of use and was used for ...

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  • Lime kilns dot the regional landscape | News, Sports, Jobs

    Lime kilns dot the regional landscape | News, Sports, Jobs

    Amonglime kilnsin the region were those along Schnure Road in Turbot Township,NorthumberlandCounty; Farrandsville Road in Woodward Township, Clinton County; and Route 254 in …

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  • Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne | Co Curate

    Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne | Co Curate

    Thelime kilnsat Castle Point on Lindisfarne are amongst the largest and best preservedlime kilnsinNorthumberland. They have a complex layout compared to many otherlime kilns. Thelime kilnswere built in 1860 by William Nicholl, and quarrying and slaking occurring until 1900.[] Limestone was quarried from the north of the island and brought to thekilnsvia a railway, some remains of ...

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