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Pelham's Pillar, Cabourne

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Reference Name MLI52984

Pelham's Pillar, Cabourne

A commemorative tower built in 1848.


Pelham's pillar is 128 feet high, and was built by Charles Anderson Pelham in commemoration of the Great Yarborough plantings. The architect is E.J. Wilson and the date is 1848. It is a square tower tapering to a square lantern with an ogee roof. {1}{2}
For the full description and the legal address of this listed building please refer to the appropriate List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. {3}

1 Bibliographic reference: Pevsner, N. and Harris, J., with Antram, N.. 1989. Buildings of England (Second Edition). Lincolnshire. P 203
2 Map: OS. 1956. OS 6 INCH SERIES. TA 10 SW
3 Index: Department of the Environment. 1984. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 1/4

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