L23e Hyde Walls adjoining Hyde Gate

Wall constructed c19C of flint and reused stone from Hyde Abbey

Wall constructed c20C of flint and reused stone from Hyde Abbey

Decorative voussoir made from Quarr stone reused in an inverted position

Decorative voussoir made from Quarr stone reused in an inverted position

Stone showing chevron moulding

Stone showing chevron moulding

100_1049(c)

Column piece

North side of East/west wall alongside Hyde Gate showing plinth course now at ground level. Taken from W end.

North side of East/west wall alongside Hyde Gate showing plinth course now at ground level. Taken from W end.

North side of East/west wall alongside Hyde Gate showing plinth course now at ground level. Taken from E end.

North side of East/west wall alongside Hyde Gate showing plinth course now at ground level. Taken from E end.

Levelling piece of stone between main ashlar block and underside of plinth stone

Levelling piece of stone between main ashlar block and underside of plinth stone

E/W wall N side looking west showing main ashlar block 450mm X 300 mm below plinth

E/W wall N side looking west showing main ashlar block 450mm X 300 mm below plinth

Close up of E/W wall N side looking west showing main ashlar block 450mm X 300 mm below plinth (below cutrrent ground level)

Close up of E/W wall N side looking west showing main ashlar block 450mm X 300 mm below plinth (below cutrrent ground level)

Ashlar bloch revealed 600mm below underside of plinth in E/W wall continuing below main block

Ashlar bloch revealed 600mm below underside of plinth in E/W wall continuing below main block

Close up of plinth in E/W wall showing markings from the mason's axe used in shaping the plinth.

Close up of plinth in E/W wall showing markings from the mason’s axe used in shaping the plinth.

A piece of stone from Quarr (IOW) showing attractive ball and diamond moulding

A piece of stone from Quarr (IOW) showing attractive ball and diamond moulding

Window on N facing wall of Almoner's Hall,  seen from what was the inside of the building.

Window on N facing wall of Almoner’s Hall, seen from what was the inside of the building.

Embedded nook shaft stone showing the more usual parrallel "tongue"

Embedded nook shaft stone showing the more usual parallel “tongue”

Vertical line ofmoulded stone to left of Almoner's Hall window, probably the edge of a doorway before being blocked up

Vertical line ofmoulded stone to left of Almoner’s Hall window, probably the edge of a doorway before being blocked up

Voussoir with roll moulding, again inverted frm it's original position

Voussoir with roll moulding, again inverted frm it’s original position

 

Embedded nook shaft stone with "tongue" tapered rather than usual parrallel profile

Embedded nook shaft stone with “tongue” tapered rather than usual parrallel profile

Window bar showing cross-section

Window bar showing cross-section

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