List number: 1120737
List grade: 2*
Keys to the Past HER: D35825
Grid ref: NZ3229646884

Church of St Mary the Virgin, West Rainton


The Church of St Mary the Virgin is located on South Street, West Rainton in County Durham. The parish church was built in 1864. Its tower was added in 1877 as a gift by Sir George Elliot. The church is attached to two 17th century sandstone arches from the former Rainton Hall. The church is a Grade II* listed building.

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The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin West Rainton

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St Mary the Virgin church

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The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin West Rainton, Sign

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St Mary the Virgin Church, West Rainton

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The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin West Rainton, Porch

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The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin West Rainton, Doorway

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CHURCH OF ST MARY AND 2 ARCHES ATTACHED TO NORTH - West Rainton - List Entry
- "Parish church and 2 arches attached. 1864 by E.R. Robson; tower added 1877 as gift of Sir George Elliot (tablet inside). Arches C17. Coursed squared sandstone with ashlar dressings ...

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St. Mary's Church and 2 arches attached to north, West Rainton (West Rainton)
- "This is the church of St Mary on South Street, West Rainton. It was built in 1864 and the tower added in 1877 as a gift by Sir George Elliot ...

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