Listed Building: KIRKSTEAD ABBEY RUINS (1288192)
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|Authority||Department of the Environment|
|Date assigned||14 September 1966|
|Date last amended|
TF 16 SE KIRKSTEAD ABBEY LANE (south side) 1/23 Kirkstead Abbey Ruins 14.9.66 G.V. I Former Cistercian Abbey church, now ruined fragment of south east angle of south transept. c.1200. Limestone ashlar. Triforium and clerestory arches can be seen, single splayed and round headed with moulded imposts to triforium and external angle shaft with scalloped capitals to the clerestory. Pilaster buttress to east side. Inside is a roll moulded string course from which rises a circular wall shaft to a floriated capital supporting a vaulting rib. On the south side can be seen one vaulting corbel for the vault to the sacristy adjoining the transept to the cloister, and above the line of the dormitory roof. Scheduled Ancient Monument No.6. Listing NGR: TF1911461844
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|Grid reference||TF 18934 61644 (point)|
|Civil Parish||WOODHALL SPA, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE|
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Record last edited
Jun 21 2010 12:11PM
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