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MONUMENT NO. 19589

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Ruins of a 16th century bastle surviving within a deserted medieval village. The stone-built structure is standing up to first floor level in places, though the south east and south west corners have collapsed. Unlike other bastles in the area, this building does not have a vaulted ground floor. Used as a sheep fold prior to 1957.

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