Yorkshire Limekilns


Cobble Hall kilns at Commondale on the North York Moors.

 

Limeburning in Yorkshire was widespread throughout the Dales and Wolds and examples of both small local kilns and large commercial premises can be found across the County.

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Allerston Aisgill
Appersett, Wensleydale Arten Gill, Dent
Ballowfield, Wensleydale  
Bell Bank, Skirethorns Blakethwaite Mine
Blea Moor Brockabank Bridge
Bruntscar Burgate Farm, Harwood Dale
Burniston Burton Leonard
Carperby Castle Wood, Reeth
Cawton Chapel-le-Dale
Cobble Hall Cote Pasture, Preston Under Scar
Cotter Side  
Cringley Hill Crow Nest
Dry Gill Grange Farm, Harwood Dale
Green Hills, Grinton Harmby
Hartlington Hawks Wood, Thorpe Salvin kiln 1
Hawks Wood, Thorpe Salvin kiln 2 Hawks Wood, Thorpe Salvin kiln 3
Hawks Wood, Thorpe Salvin kiln 4 Hazel Head Wood, Hawnby
High Dyke High Oxque
Higher Heights Holes Barn Higher Heights Holes kiln1
Higher Heights Holes kiln 2 Hill Castles Scar, Conistone
Hugh's Moss, Garsdale  
Keld 1 Keld 2
Keld 3 Keld 4
Keld 5 Keld 6
Keld 7 Keld Side
Langcliffe Layrus Wood, Swinithwaite
Lindal with Studley Royal Low Lineseed Head
Malham Moor Malham Moor Lane
Markenfield Hall Meal Bank
Moor Lane, Threshfield Newbridge,Pickering kiln 1
Newbridge,Pickering kiln 2 New Close Bank
Nook, Conistone Old Byland
Old Pasture, Conistone Orms Gill Green
Outgang Laithe  
Oxnop Gill Plane Tree Farm, Hawnby
Reels Head Ribblehead
Satron Seal Houses
Selside Shaw Paddock
Skirethorns Skirwith
Stainforth Stainforth, Murgatroyd's Limeworks
Stony Woods Pasture, West Burton  
Studley Park Tan Hill
Thirley Cote Thorny Bank, Redmire Quarry
Toft Gate Warber Hill
Whaw Winterburn
Winterings Edge Wintering Pastures

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