EAW004707 ENGLAND (1947). Chilham Castle and the village, Chilham, 1947

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Title [EAW004707] Chilham Castle and the village, Chilham, 1947
Reference EAW004707
Date 26-April-1947
Link
Place name CHILHAM
Parish CHILHAM
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 606757, 153654
Longitude / Latitude 0.96266546468261, 51.244016229658
National Grid Reference TR068537

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Five foot ha-ha, listed feature grade 2 English Heritage Building ID: 181419 C18. Red brick. 5 feet high, runs c. 250 yards west and south of Chilham Castle. Part of Capability Brown's land- scaping in mid C18. A removable vehicle ramp has been seen leading downward at this point.

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