Kings Lynn; The Red Mount (The Gatehouse Record).

This page is a list of these buildings in the district of King's Lynn and West Norfolk in Norfolk. King's Lynn and West Norfolk. Name Location Type Completed Date designated Grid ref. Geo-coordinates Entry number Image. Red Mount Chapel King's Lynn: Chapel C20 1 December 1951.

A neighbourhood rather than a building, Southgates is the area of King's Lynn around the South Gate. Historic England has been investigating it as part of the King's Lynn Heritage Action Zone (HAZ). We've carried out what we call a Historic Area Assessment, which means we look at every building, of whatever date, and then consider the historic and modern character of the area as a whole.

Red Mount Chapel, King's Lynn, Norfolk.

Kings Lynn Chapel of Our Lady Red Mount (0660) 1935-08-12 Red Mount chapel 1485, dedicated to Our Lady of the Mount. It was formerly much visited by pilgrims on their way to Walsingham.Photo about 15th Century Red Mount Gothic Chapel in Kings Lynn, England. Image of chapel, historic, ancient - 7481815.Download this stock image: Red Mount Chapel, Kings Lynn - CRH93J from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.


Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab.Red Mount Chapel and the Southgates and were trying to get some artefacts for the Southgates. Information sheets had been produced in other languages which had been received well.

The Red Mount Story LITHUANIAN TRANSLATION — POLISH TRANSLATION — RUSSIAN TRANSLATION In the 1300s, Lynn, then known as Bishops Lynn, was the 3 rd most important port in England. America had not been discovered so most trade was on the East coast connecting with Europe.

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Red Mount Chapel Red Mount Chapel is an unusual 15th century wayside chapel that was part of the Walsingham pilgrimage route. The chapel was also used by soldiers during the Civil War, who left interesting graffiti in the interior. Walk 1 Historic King’s Lynn True’s Yard A group of 18th and early 19th century brick houses, one of which contains.

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Don’t miss the park with its waterways and Red Mount chapel, just five minutes from the railway station, with Greyfriars Tower over the road. In the Lynn museum, right next to the bus station, you can see the Seahenge wooden circle found nearby on the coast.

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The Walks: Red Mount Chapel - See 72 traveller reviews, 20 candid photos, and great deals for King's Lynn, UK, at Tripadvisor.

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Artist Lyndall Phelps created the artworks for the Pilgrimage Trail to link the restored Red Mount Chapel in The Walks with other medieval buildings in the town. She was initially inspired by the wonderful collection of medieval metal pilgrim badges in Lynn Museum.

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Red Mount Chapel (Kings Lynn) The Red Mount Chapel is an interesting feature of the historic old maritime town of Kings Lynn in Norfolk. It can be found in The Walks, a pleasant park, near a surviving section of the mediaeval Town Walls. The chapel was built in 1485.

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THE RED MOUNT CHAPEL. THE CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST. This church sits right at the town end of St John’s Walk. KING’S LYNN TRAIN STATION. This station, which opened in the 1850s, has recently been restored.

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Red Mount Chapel, King’s Lynn, by Thomas Baines 1854. Norfolk Museums Service (Lynn Museum) Journeys, Pilgrimage, People and Places is fascinating new exhibition at Lynn Museum which takes visitors on a trip through time.

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Red Mount Chapel. Red Mount Chapel (The Chapel of St Mary on the Mount) built between 1483-85 by Robert Curraunt, is an unusual wayside chapel that was part of the Walsingham pilgrimage route. The chapel was also used by soldiers during the Civil War, who left interesting graffiti in the interior.

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