Charlwood Lock-up

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Overview

Alternative Names   Charlwood Cage

Nation   England

County   Surrey

Location   Rosemary Lane  Charlwood

Map location   exact or closely approximate

Year opened   c.1792

Year closed   unknown

Century of Operation   1700-1799, 1800-1899

Building Type   Lock-Up

Remarks   Date given on plaque.

Descriptions

'2. Probably early C19. One storey built of local stone rubble with red brick quoins and galletting of small stone chips. Hipped tiled roof. Inside were 2 cells each with a barred window to the outside. Simple doorcase with wooded lintel. This building has been restored and turned into an office. (See Joan M Harding "Four Centuries of Charlwood Houses" p 59).'

Historic England, National Heritage List for England, 'The Lock Up, Charlwood', LEN 1277887

'The lock up is a picturesque small stone building with brick quoins which is set near the centre of the village. There is galletting with small chips round the stones. There are two cells inside, each with a little barred window. The roof is hipped and tiled.'

Joan M. Harding, Four Centuries of Charlwood Houses, medieval to 1840, The Charlwood Society, 1976, p. 59

Featured Images

  • Exterior, (pre 1976)Joan M. Harding, 'Four Centuries of Charlwood Houses, medieval to 1840' (Charlwood Society, 1976), with kind permission of the Charlwood Society

SOURCES

    Roy's Blog, 'SURREY Lock-ups at Charlwood, Ewell, Lingfield, Petersham and Reigate.' (02 July 2013)

  • http://roys-roy.blogspot.com/2013/07/surrey-lock-ups-at-charlwood-ewell.html
  • Joan M. Harding, Four Centuries of Charlwood Houses, medieval to 1840, The Charlwood Society, 1976, p. 59
  • Historic England, National Heritage List for England, 'The Lock Up, Charlwood', LEN 1277887

  • https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1277887

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