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Statutory Address:

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Northumberland (Unitary Authority)
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KIELDER NY 59 SE 572910 19/22

BLOODYBUSH Bloodybush Pillar


Inscribed pillar. 1828. Dressed stone. Battered square pier c.15 ft. high. On east side an inscription:-

The MARCH between NORTHUMBERLAND and ROXBURGHSHIRE WILLOWBOG the ) ( DINLABYREthe PROPERTY of SIR ) ( PROPERTY of J.E. SWINBURN ) ( WILLIAM OLIVER BART CAPHEATON ) ( RUTHERFORD ESQ PRIVATE ROAD upon which a Toll Gate is erected near Oakenshaw Bridge at which the following Toll Rates are exacted VIZ 1st for horses employed in leading coal 2d each 2nd all other horses 3 do 3rd cattle 1 do 4th sheep, calves, swine 1/2 The above tolls exacted once a day. N.B. Persons evading or refuseing to pay at the above mentioned toll gate will be prosecuted for trespass. DISTANCE from this place BLOODYBUSH To Lewisburn Colliery 5 miles Mounces 8 do Bellingham 23 do Hexham 37 do Dinlabyre 3½ do Castleton 7½ do Hawick 21 do Jedburgh 25 do

Listing NGR: NY5713391026


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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