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TOSSON TOWER

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Ruins of a tower house, probably built in the late 15th century. The stone building still stands up to first floor level, though the south east corner has collapsed. Most of the facing stone was robbed in the 18th century, leaving only the rubble core. The tower house was not included in the 1415 survey but was documented in 1517.

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