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Attwood Place, Tow Law


Attwood Place is a terrace of houses on Ironworks Road in Tow Law. The terrace was built in the mid 19th century for Charles Attwood who esablished ironworks in Tow Law in 1845.[1] Attwood Place is a Grade II listed building. The wall and railings in front of the terrace is seperately Grade II listed.

Tow Law Historic Buildings and Monuments in Tow Law Charles Attwood (1791-1875)
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Attwood Place, Coronation Avenue, Weardale Crescent

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Tow Law House

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Listed Wall & Railings, Tow Law, Co. Durham

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ATTWOOD PLACE - Tow Law - List Entry
- "Attwood Place Nos. 1-5 consecutive GV II Terrace of houses. Mid C19 for Attwood, owner of Weardale Iron Company. Coursed squared sandstone with ashlar quoins and dressings; left 3 bays ...

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WALLS AND RAILINGS IN FRONT OF NUMBERS 1-5 ATTWOOD PLACE - Tow Law - List Entry
- "Walls and railings in front of Nos. 1-5 Attwood Place GV II Walls and railings. Mid C19. Coursed squared sandstone walls with chamfered ashlar coping; cast iron posts in acanthus-bud ...

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Charles Attwood (1791-1875)
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Charles Attwood (1791-1875)
- Ironmaster and glass maker. Founded the Weardale Iron and Coal Company in 1844. Extract from Men of mark 'twixt Tyne and Tweed by Richard Welford, 1895: THE RADICAL IRONMASTER. The career ...

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List number: 1232517
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Post code: DL13 4ER
Grid ref: NZ1159938924

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