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NORTH GATE

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The North Gate is one of the principal medieval survivals within the outer court of Buckfast Abbey. It would have comprised a gatehouse with an inner and outer arch in the precinct wall and is thought likely to have been the main entrance to the abbey. The southern inner archway survives almost intact and is considered to date from the 12th century, with many later alterations. It is a Listed Building Grade II and scheduled.

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