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MONUMENT NO. 1213863

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Gates and railings to the east of St. Nicholas' Churchyard. Erected in 1749. The railings are wrought iron and are set on a brick plinth wall. The main gate to the south is supported by gault brick piers with moulded stone copings carrying bulbous urn finials. Pair of gates of square section verticals with a middle panel rail with subsidiary fleur-de-lys crest. The gates are border hung. On the top rail is an elaborate ramped overthrow with scrolled tendrils and the date 1749.

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