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Location map of 9 and 10, Borough Place, Whitby, England. Click to enlarge.
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1130433 view listed building data
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9 and 10, Borough Place
54.4881480° N, 0.6112700° W map · aerial
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SJ 54860 83043
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5/59 Remains of Norton Priory

23.4.70 I

Remains of Augustinian Priory founded by the Baron of Halton circa 1115, the Priory was raised to abbey status in 1391, affected by the dissolution of 1536,became the site of a Tudor house for Sir Richard Brooke in 1545 which was, in 1730, replaced by a Georgian house. The Georgian building was altered by James Wyatt in 1775, altered again C19 and demolished in 1928. Sandstone walls and corework and some C19 ashlar work remain, important areas covered by asbestos cement slate monopitch roof. A Norman vaulted undercroft remains and this contains a high quality doorway of 1180 and a Victorian copy,2 blind arcades on slender shafts and good vaulted areas; in addition, extensive monastic ruins a few feet high remain. Of the houses only the entrance porch of 1868 remains, single storey with rustications, keystones and cornice which gives access to the undercroft. The most important monastic remains in the County... read more

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Place ID
9 and 10, Borough Place, Whitby, England
Date Added
October 8, 2013
Last Updated
May 11, 2022