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The History of Liskeard

A small area with a significant history, the pipewell spells out what Liskeard is and what Liskeard... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2015
MrCV1971
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Leeds, United Kingdom
PIPE WELL

At first glance this may seem pretty insignificant but please read the board. It is a very... read more

Reviewed May 23, 2014
Lynda G
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Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
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9 Sep 2015
“The History of Liskeard”
23 May 2014
“PIPE WELL”
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Reviewed September 9, 2015

A small area with a significant history, the pipewell spells out what Liskeard is and what Liskeard was. The pipewell is tucked round the rear of some shops with no real signage to show you where it is. If you are visiting Liskeard stop and...More

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Reviewed May 23, 2014

At first glance this may seem pretty insignificant but please read the board. It is a very important part of Liskeard's history. Also it is a good starting point for a look around Liskeard and it's unique shops and cafes. More info can be found...More

1  Thank Lynda G
Reviewed October 17, 2013 via mobile

The Pipe Well is situated behind the shops in Fore Street, in the apply named Well Lane. Whilst it is not the grandest Well you will ever visit, it is an historic feature of the town, having been first mentioned in the Borough records in...More

2  Thank Kernowman373
Reviewed May 3, 2012

Just 4 pipes spewing water into a drain, not really exciting!

6  Thank Paul938
Reviewed October 19, 2011

Worth a few minutes of anyone's time to look out this curiosity. An apparently Victorian arched and iron agreed enclosure over a small not quite grotto or vault space with four or five pipes spewing gentle streams of water out into a drain at the...More

4  Thank Jannerbloke
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