shute.co.uk - Other Places Called Shute
Many of the Shutes in Devon are in or near an angle of a parish boundary
(Devon Place Name Society). Elsewhere in the country the name could be
derived from the Old English sceat, perhaps in the sense of park
The Oxford English dictionary provides various definitions of Shute
including: a channel or open trough for conveying water; a watering place
where the women fill their pitchers from a chute; a small stream of
water running from a chute or channel.
A 15th century, thatched, Grade II listed Devon longhouse.
An early 19th century farmhouse.
On January 29th 1548 William Shute appears in the Marriage Register
A farm on the edge of the village of South Milton,
1.5 miles from Thurlestone Sands.
Shute Hill Cottage and Shute House
A pair of cottages, originally 4 cottages. Grade II listed.
Fruit, vegetables, jams and preserves.
Shute Park Road
Is there anything interesting in this road ?
Donhead St Mary
A charming cottage garden around a thatched house.
The Deverill valley encompasses six villages on the Wiltshire Downs
where the western edge of Salisbury Plain dips into Somerset.
Longbridge Deverill is the principle village and its parish includes
A dwelling that probably dates back to Norman times, with
a stone-vaulted ceiling and a round Flemish chimney.
Shute End House is a Grade 2 listed town house, probably
C17, rebuilt and refronted late C18, altered C19. A service wing
was added around 1830.
1, Shute End is a Grade 2 listed timber-framed cottage,
now a shop. Late C16, altered early C18 and mid C20. There are
several other Grade 2 listed buidings in this area.
Shute Shelve Hill
Rising 233 metres (764 ft) above the town of Axbridge, Somerset,
this hill offers views over the Somerset Levels.
Shute Shelve tunnel on the old GWR Strawberry line has been
converted into a cycle path
Shute Shelve Cavern
A natural cave system located in Shute Shelve Hill.
It was mined for its yellow ochre, which was used as a dye in paint making.
Isle Of Wight
The Ford on Clatterford Shute, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight.
Shute Park, USA
A municipal park in the city of Hillsboro, Oregon, USA.
It was named for businessman John W. Shute, the founder of the
first bank in Washington County, Oregon. He was born in Montgomery
County, New York, in 1840.
The town of Shutesbury in Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA,
is named in honor of Samuel Shute, former governor of the
Province of Massachusetts Bay. He was born in London, England,
on January 12, 1662.
Shute Creek, USA
ExxonMobil currently runs one of the world's largest carbon capture
facilities at the Shute Creek Natural Gas Processing Plant at LaBarge,
Wyoming, USA. At this facility, nearly 1,000 tonnes of CO2
per day can be captured before it is released into the atmosphere.
It uses a capture method called Controlled Freeze ZoneTM
technology, which freezes the CO2 out of the gas emission
Shute Octagon House, USA
An historic house located on McGuire School Road in Duanesburg,
Schenectady County, New York. It was built about 1855 by noted
master carpenter Alexander Delos "Boss" Jones'.
Octagon houses were a unique house style briefly popular in the
1850s in the United States and Canada.
Shute Harbour,Shute Bay, Shute Island, Shutehaven in Australia
Shute Island was named during a survey by Captain J. F. L. P. Maclear, RN
of HMS Alert in May 1881.
The origin of the name is thought to be one of the crew of HMS Alert.
At the time of the 1881 census, leading seaman Frank Shute was on board HMS Alert.
HMS Alert was a 17-gun wooden screw sloop of the Cruizer class of the Royal Navy,
launched in 1856 and broken up in 1894.
The word Chute is Old English for forest, and William 1 declared Chute Forest
a Royal Hunting Forest. Chute Standen and Chute Forest are both mentioned in
the Doomsday Book. Chute Causeway is part of a major Roman road from Winchester