St. Cadoc's Church Lych Gate - Caerleon, Wales, UK
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N 51° 36.614 W 002° 57.345
30U E 503064 N 5717689
Quick Description: The St. Cadoc's Church Lych Gate was erected in 1919 as a World War I memorial.
Location: South Wales, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 12/28/2019 12:20:12 PM
Waymark Code: WM11WDK
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member rjmcdonough1
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Long Description:
The Lych Gate is located at the intersection of High Street and Museum Street. It serves as the entrance to the churchyard. It was designed by W.D. Caroe and is a Grade II Listed Building.

"The structure is built of snecked limestone ashlar with a stone slate roof, wrought iron gates and railings. The gateway is a flattened arch with strip buttresses to the piers on both outer and inner faces. Gabled roof with bell-cast and central pole finial. This is flanked by dwarf stone walls capped by spike railings and terminates with panelled piers with stepped cornice and finial."

--Source (visit link)
Year: 1919

High St Caerleon Newport Wales UK NP18 1AZ

Link to Church or Cemetery: [Web Link]

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