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CULLODEN TOWER

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Banqueting house, built by John Yorke I in 1746, possibly to the designs of Daniel Garrett. It is two storeyed, octagonal in plan and constructed of ashlar. It may stand on, or close to, the site of Hudswell Tower or pele, which was built before 1354 but demolished by the 1730s.

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