Source/Archive record SEM7093 - Porlock in Those Days

Type Monograph
Title Porlock in Those Days
Author/Originator
Date/Year 1992
Publisher Exmoor Books
International Standard Book Number 0 86183 219 1

Abstract/Summary

A collection of anecdotes, local history and photographs of and about Porlock, including Porlock village, West Porlock and Porlock Weir.

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Referenced Monuments (69)

  • 1-5 Gibraltar Cottages, Porlock Weir (Building)
  • 19th Century dock at Porlock Weir (Monument)
  • 19th Century lime kiln at Bossington Beach (Building)
  • 20th Century boathouse at Ashley Combe (Monument)
  • Aircraft crash site at Sparkhayes (Monument)
  • Ashley Combe House, Porlock (Monument)
  • Butt Garden, Porlock (Monument)
  • Cemetery and lych gate, Hawkcombe, Porlock (Monument)
  • Chantry Cottage, The Drang, Porlock (Building)
  • Court Place Farmhouse (Building)
  • Demolished buildings on Parson's Street, Porlock (Monument)
  • Dovery Court, Doverhay, Porlock (Building)
  • Dunns Court, West Porlock (Building)
  • Early 20th Century footbridge north of West Porlock (Building)
  • Early 20th Century footbridge northwest of Decoy Linhay (Monument)
  • Early 20th Century footbridge northwest of Decoy Linhay (Monument)
  • Former location of memorial stone at Porlock Marsh (Monument)
  • Former Methodist Chapel, Porlock (Building)
  • Former Primary School, Porlock (Building)
  • Former tannery lime pits, Porlock (Monument)
  • Former Victoria Church Rooms, Parson's Street, Porlock (Building)
  • Lorna Cottage and Cottage adjoining to west, West Porlock (Building)
  • Lorna Doone Hotel, High Street, Porlock (Building)
  • Manor house at Court Place, Porlock (Monument)
  • Market cross at Porlock (Monument)
  • Market place, Porlock (Monument)
  • Millwheel Gallery, High Street, Porlock (Building)
  • Mizpah and Oyster Perch, Porlock Weir (Building)
  • Old Rose and Crown and Cape's Stores, High Street, Porlock (Building)
  • Old School, Porlock (Monument)
  • Pieces of Eight, Porlock Weir (Building)
  • Porlock (Place)
  • Porlock Golf Club Clubhouse (Building)
  • Porlock Hill road (Monument)
  • Porlock Parks (Monument)
  • Porlock Rectory, Parson Street, Porlock (Building)
  • Post-medieval brick and tile works at Porlock Weir (Monument)
  • Post-medieval duck decoy and fishponds northwest of Porlock (Monument)
  • Post-medieval fish market at Porlock Weir (Monument)
  • Post-medieval landscape gardens at Ashley Combe (Monument)
  • Post-medieval oyster bank in Porlock Bay [marine] (Monument)
  • Post-medieval tannery at Riverside (Building)
  • Post-medieval toll house, Porlock (Building)
  • Post-medieval toll road in Porlock (Monument)
  • Pound, west of Porlock (Building)
  • Second World War Halifax crash site in Yearnor Wood (Monument)
  • Splat Barn Cottage, Porlock (Building)
  • St Dubricius' Church and churchyard, Porlock (Building)
  • The Anchor Hotel, Porlock Weir (Building)
  • The Castle Hotel, High Street, Porlock (Building)
  • The Castle Inn, High Street, Porlock (Monument)
  • The Liberator Monument, Porlock Marsh (Monument)
  • The Old Forge in West Porlock (Building)
  • The Royal Oak, Doverhay, Porlock (Building)
  • The Ship Inn, Porlock (Building)
  • The Watermill, Hawkcombe, Porlock (Monument)
  • Three fish weirs to the east of Porlock Weir Harbour [marine] (Monument)
  • Three Horse Shoes Inn, High Street, Porlock (Monument)
  • Village Hall, Porlock (Building)
  • Village lock-up, West Porlock (Building)
  • War Memorial, Dunster Steep, Porlock (Building)
  • Wesleyan Methodist Church, High Street, Porlock (Building)
  • World War One building, Porlock Ford Community Hall (Building)
  • World War Two accommodation huts to rear of Porlock Tannery (Monument)
  • World War Two aircraft crash memorial in Yearnor Wood (Monument)
  • World War Two aircraft crash site on Porlock Beach (Monument)
  • World War Two pillbox on Bossington Beach (Monument)
  • World War Two pillbox overlooking Bossington Beach (Monument)
  • Worthy Manor (Building)

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Record last edited

Jun 28 2021 10:26AM