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Thrimby

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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Westmorland. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1936.

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101 THRIMBY (D.c.)

(O.S. 6 in. XIV, N.W.)

Thrimby is a small parish 3 m. N.N.W. of Shap.

Secular

(1) Thrimby Grange, on the E. border of the parish, is of two storeys; the walls are of rubble and the roofs are slate-covered. It was built in the second half of the 16th century and has 18th-century and later additions on the E. side. The W. front has original mullioned and transomed windows of three and four lights. Above the doorway is a shield-of-arms probably of Salkeld with the initials and date G. and I.S. 1578. There are original three-light windows at the back.

Condition—Good.

(2) Thrimby, house 700 yards N.W. of (1), has been re-built except for the stable-wing. In the E. wall is a doorway with the initials and date I.S. 1676.

(3) Shapbeck Gate, house 1,100 yards S. of (1), is of two storeys; the walls are of rubble and the roofs are slate-covered. It was built in the 17th century and retains some original windows and an early 18th-century fireplace with a corbelled head.

Condition—Poor.