FORMER TEIGNBRIDGE CLAY CELLARS AT TEIGNBRIDGE CROSSING

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1308952

Date first listed: 03-Jul-1986

Statutory Address: FORMER TEIGNBRIDGE CLAY CELLARS AT TEIGNBRIDGE CROSSING, TEIGNBRIDGE CROSSING

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Location

Statutory Address: FORMER TEIGNBRIDGE CLAY CELLARS AT TEIGNBRIDGE CROSSING, TEIGNBRIDGE CROSSING

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

County: Devon

District: Teignbridge (District Authority)

Parish: Teigngrace

National Grid Reference: SX 85676 73300

Summary

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History

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Details

TEIGNGRACE TEIGNBRIDGE CROSSING SX 87 SE

8/229 Former Teignbridge Clay - Cellars at Teignbridge Crossing - II

Disused clay cellars now stores, on the disused Stover Canal. Circa 1792-18.00 for James Templer of Stover Park q.v. Stone rubble with corrugated iron and asbestos roofs. A very long rectangular single storey range with stone rubble raking buttresses and 4 wide doorway openings on east side. No openings on the west canal side. Softwood King post roof trusses. The partly roofless south end which is detached and separated from the north end by a demolished section is not included. North end of single storey range has flat roof in place of original pitched roof and a demolished section at north end separates it from the 2-storey range to the north which has a steeply pitched corrugated asbestos roof with red brick slates over the gable-ends. 3 windows facing canal and central doorway all boarded up. Large full-height double doorway at rear (east) and small narrow window below eaves to right. A further adjoining range to the north has been reduced in height. The clay cellars are associated with Stover Canal which was a private venture built to transport local ball clay to the Staffordshire Potteries. The beginning of this clay trade was in the 1740s. Reference: Charles Hadfield, The Canals of South West England, pp. 118 to 122.

Listing NGR: SX8567673300

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 84672

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Hadfield, C, The Canals of South West England118-122

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