Grade II* Listed


Grade II* buildings are particularly important buildings of more than special interest. They make up 5.5% of buildings in the National Heritage List for England (NHLE): http://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/

Below are some of the Grade II* listed buildings in the North East of England and Cumbria. This page is not intended to be a complete list of Grade II* buildings, just those with profiles on Co-Curate.

Title List number County/Met
Abbey Bridge, near Egglestone Abbey 1310824 County Durham
Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock 1354990 North Tyneside
Acton House, Felton 1041872 Northumberland
Adderstone Hall 1370965 Northumberland
Akeld Bastle House 1042370 Northumberland
All Saints Church, Middlesbrough 1252480 Tees Valley
Assembly Rooms, Newcastle 1355256 Newcastle
Axwell Hall 1025206 Gateshead
Balder Bridge, Cotherstone 1121041 County Durham
Barforth Hall 1121707 County Durham
Barmoor Castle 1156023 Northumberland
Barningham Park 1338635 County Durham
Barrow Monument, Ulverston 1375003 Cumbria
Bavington Hall 1044929 Northumberland
Beadnell Hall 1233051 Northumberland
Beamish Hall 1260862 County Durham
Bede Cottage, Monkton 1186029 South Tyneside
Biddlestone Catholic Chapel 1041304 Northumberland
Black Middens Bastle House 1156429 Northumberland
Bottle kilns, Corbridge 1155212 Northumberland
Bradley Hall, Prudhoe 1355110 Northumberland
Brainshaugh (House) 1153504 Northumberland
Brainshaugh Priory 1153531 Northumberland
Brandling House, Gosforth 1121859 Newcastle
Bridge over Rydal Beck, Rydal Hall 1245408 Cumbria
Bridge over the Wear, Stanhope 1277203 County Durham
Brougham Hall 1099141 Cumbria
Bywell Hall 1370556 Northumberland
Central Arcade, Newcastle 1355247 Newcastle
Central Exchange Buildings 1138984 Newcastle
Chapel Bridge, Barforth 1121749 County Durham
Chapel of St. Cuthbert, Inner Farne 1276105 Northumberland
Cheeseburn Grange 1370742 Northumberland
Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle 1323102 County Durham
Chesters Museum (building) 1043022 Northumberland
Christ Church, Shieldfield 1024748 Newcastle
Church of All Saints, Cockermouth 1144744 Cumbria
Church of All Saints, Hartlepool 1250534 Tees Valley
Church of All Saints, Rothbury 1371119 Northumberland
Church of All Saints, Skelton 1250407 Tees Valley
Church of All Saints, Thropton 1041910 Northumberland
Church of St Aidan, Thockrington 1370466 Northumberland
Church of St Andrew, Bishop Auckland 1196458 County Durham
Church of St Andrew, Dalton-le-Dale 1231690 County Durham
Church of St Anne, Ancroft 1042234 Northumberland
Church of St Bega, Bassenthwaite 1332957 Cumbria
Church of St Bride, Kirkbride 1144617 Cumbria
Church of St Chad, Bensham 1277841 Gateshead
Church of St Cuthbert, Bedlington 1153497 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Kirklinton 1335549 Cumbria
Church of St Cuthbert, Marton 1329502 Tees Valley
Church of St Ebba, Ebchester 1240418 County Durham
Church of St Giles, Birtley, Northumberland 1370467 Northumberland
Church of St Gregory the Great, Kirknewton 1153604 Northumberland
Church of St Helen, Low Fell 1248532 Gateshead
Church of St James, Barrow-in-Furness 1197881 Cumbria
Church of St John Lee, Acomb 1044822 Northumberland
Church of St John the Baptist, Greatham 1263522 Tees Valley
Church of St John the Evangelist, Middlesbrough 1139854 Tees Valley
Church of St John, Keswick 1144666 Cumbria
Church of St John, Workington 1138257 Cumbria
Church of St Kentigern, Aspatria 1234861 Cumbria
Church of St Kentigern, Great Crosthwaite 1327118 Cumbria
Church of St Leonard, Warwick-on-Eden 1121876 Cumbria
Church of St Martin and St Hilary, Kirklevington 1329828 Tees Valley
Church of St Mary and St Wilfred, Warwick Bridge 1111897 Cumbria
Church of St Mary Magdalene, Yarm 1054686 Tees Valley
Church of St Mary the Virgin, West Rainton 1120737 County Durham
Church of St Mary, Ambleside 1244784 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Beaumont, Cumbria 1335624 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Churchtown, Sebergham 1327246 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Cockfield 1121827 County Durham
Church of St Mary, Dalton-in-Furness 1209758 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Gilcrux 1275717 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Rokeby 1121673 County Durham
Church of St Mary, Rydal 1245403 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Ulverston 1374977 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Wigton 1144590 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Wreay 1087758 Cumbria
Church of St Matthew, Summerhill Street 1024757 Newcastle
Church of St Maurice, Eglingham 1041975 Northumberland
Church of St Michael & All Angel's, Ilderton 1370929 Northumberland
Church of St Michael & All Angels, Nether Wasdale 1343668 Cumbria
Church of St Michael and All Angels, Ford 1371006 Northumberland
Church of St Michael's and all Angels, Low Alwinton 1041296 Northumberland
Church of St Michael, Arthuret 1087523 Cumbria
Church of St Michael, Bishop Middleham 1322826 County Durham
Church of St Michael, Bowness-on-Solway 1137007 Cumbria
Church of St Michael, Ingram 1276811 Northumberland
Church of St Michael, Workington 1144492 Cumbria
Church of St Oswald, Durham 1120678 County Durham
Church of St Peter, Elwick 1139821 Tees Valley
Church of St Peter, Heversham 1086557 Cumbria
Church of St Peter, Wallsend 1025326 North Tyneside
Church of St Stephen, Kirkby Stephen 1136925 Cumbria
Church of St Thomas the Martyr 1024952 Newcastle
Church of St Thomas, Stanhope 1231701 County Durham
Church of St. Bartholomew, Kirkwhelpington 1044915 Northumberland
Church of St. Cuthbert, Blyth 1041345 Northumberland
Church of St. Edwin, High Coniscliffe 1115562 County Durham
Church of St. Giles, Netherwitton 1042909 Northumberland
Church of St. James, Morpeth 1042733 Northumberland
Church of St. James, Shilbottle 1041723 Northumberland
Church of St. Mary, Lesbury 1041795 Northumberland
Church of St. Michael, Appleby 1137750 Cumbria
Church of St. Mungo, Simonburn 1157154 Northumberland
Church of St.James, Newcastle 1024820 Newcastle
Church of the Holy Trinity and St Constantine, Wetheral 1087692 Cumbria
Church of the Holy Trinity, Jesmond 1024942 Newcastle
Church of the Holy Trinity, Whitfield 1156049 Northumberland
Civic Centre, Newcastle 1242692 Newcastle
Cleadon House 1025212 South Tyneside
Cleadon Water Tower 1416041 South Tyneside
Cliff House, Cullercoats 1299734 North Tyneside
Clifford's Fort, North Shields 1185263 North Tyneside
Clock Tower, Cragside 1354750 Northumberland
Clock Tower, Morpeth 1156135 Northumberland
Close House 1154745 Northumberland
Close, No. 32 1024916 Newcastle
Close, No. 35 (Quayside Bar) 1024918 Newcastle
Cloth Market, Nos. 12, 14 and 16 1355229 Newcastle
Coldstream Bridge 1153712 Northumberland
Collingwood Monument 1355011 North Tyneside
Cosin's Hall, Palace Green, Durham 1121384 County Durham
Court House, Morpeth 1303244 Northumberland
Craster Arms Hotel, Beadnell 1276787 Northumberland
Crawley Tower, near Powburn 1057698 Northumberland
Cresswell Tower 1042148 Northumberland
Crook of Lune Bridge 1384145 Cumbria
Crow Hall, Felling 1355083 Gateshead
Cumberland and Westmorland Joint Counties’ War Memorial 1291971 Cumbria
Customs House, Quayside, Newcastle 1325530 Newcastle
Dalden Tower, Seaham 1232268 County Durham
Dalton Pumping Station 1277461 County Durham
Devonshire Buildings, Michaelson Road, Barrow Island 1197845 Cumbria
Dial Cottage, West Moor near Killingworth 1025392 North Tyneside
Dobson's House, 49 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle 1024815 Newcastle
Dock Clock Tower, Middlesbrough 1139871 Tees Valley
Doddington Bastle 1303459 Northumberland
Dovecote, Barforth 1121750 County Durham
Dovecote, Gainford Hall 1121116 County Durham
Dovecote, Sunny Brae, Embleton 1041790 Northumberland
Dunstan Hall 1041815 Northumberland
Eachwick Hall 1302251 Northumberland
Eggleston Bridge 1338580 County Durham
Eggleston Hall 1121626 County Durham
Eglingham Hall 1041971 Northumberland
Emerson Chambers, Newcastle 1024923 Newcastle
Empire Mecca Social Club, Middlesbrough 1329519 Tees Valley
Eskdale Mill, Boot 1086655 Cumbria
Etal Manor 1153945 Northumberland
Featherstone Bridge 1045293 Northumberland
Felton Old Bridge 1041879 Northumberland
Fenham Hall 1320395 Newcastle
Former British Gas Engineering Research Station, Killingworth 1259313 North Tyneside
Friarside Chapel, nr Burnopfield 1240894 County Durham
Friends' Meeting House, Coanwood 1042914 Northumberland
Friends' Meeting House, Kendal SD5177892808 Cumbria
Friends' Meeting House, Kendal 1319001 Cumbria
Friends' Meeting House, Ulverston 1270207 Cumbria
Fulwell Windmill 1207109 Sunderland
Gardens and Grounds, Seaton Delaval Hall 1001052 Northumberland
Gatehouse and Tower, Hardwick Park 1322811 County Durham
George Stephenson's Birthplace 1044925 Northumberland
Gibside Hall 1299730 Gateshead
Grace Darling Memorial 1206625 Northumberland
Graythwaite Low Hall 1087200 Cumbria
Great North Museum: Hancock 1024951 Newcastle
Greta Bridge (bridge) 1160430 County Durham
Grey Towers 1139813 Tees Valley
Hagg Bank Bridge, Wylam 1044919 Northumberland
Hamsterley Baptist Church 1322775 County Durham
Harnham Hall 1042818 Northumberland
Hartford Hall 1041423 Northumberland
Hartlepool Art Gallery / Christ Church 1250112 Tees Valley
Haughton House, South Bailey, Durham 1161313 County Durham
Hawkshead Grammar School - Museum 1087232 Cumbria
Headlam Hall 1121082 County Durham
Hepburn Bastle 1232898 Northumberland
Hesleyside Hall 1044997 Northumberland
Hewthwaite Hall, nr Cockermouth 1145129 Cumbria
Hexham Bridge 1042629 Northumberland
Hexham House 1281531 Northumberland
High Cross, Appleby 1311978 Cumbria
Hilton Hall, County Durham 1121804 County Durham
Holme Eden Abbey, Warwick Bridge, Cumbria 1087685 Cumbria
Holy Jesus Hospital 1116207 Newcastle
Holy Trinity and St George RC Church, Kendal 1318999 Cumbria
Horden Hall 1120944 County Durham
Horsley Tower 1042097 Northumberland
Hownsgill Viaduct 1185970 County Durham
Iron Bridge, Cragside 1042033 Northumberland
Iron Bridge, Hulne Park 1042013 Northumberland
Keelman's Hospital 1024902 Newcastle
King Edward I Monument, Burgh by Sands 1087463 Cumbria
Kirkleatham Hall Farm 1160085 Tees Valley
Kirkleatham Museum 1139641 Tees Valley
Lady Waterford Hall 1042153 Northumberland
Lamb Bridge, near Lambton Castle 1120952 County Durham
Lambley Viaduct 1042918 Northumberland
Lartington Hall 1310603 County Durham
Legs Cross 1323020 County Durham
Lemington Glass Works (1787-1997) 1299389 Newcastle
Lighthouse, Coquet Island 1371130 Northumberland
Lighthouse, Roker Cliff Park 1218440 Sunderland
Lilburn Tower 1233174 Northumberland
Limekilns, Littlemill 1041773 Northumberland
Lions House, Berwick-upon-Tweed 1371224 Northumberland
Longhirst Hall 1303132 Northumberland
Low Cross, Appleby 1138035 Cumbria
Manor House, Brinkburn Priory 1303922 Northumberland
Manor House, Normanby 1310999 Tees Valley
Manor House, Sedgefield 1121492 County Durham
Manor House, Whalton 1264043 Northumberland
Market Cross, Alston 1325968 Cumbria
Market Cross, Stockton-on-Tees 1139976 Tees Valley
Matfen Hall 1155328 Northumberland
Middlesbrough Town Hall 1136659 Tees Valley
Middleton Bridge, Middleton-in-Teesdale 1160160 County Durham
Mirehouse, nr Bassenthwaite Lake 1326263 Cumbria
Mitford Hall 1042650 Northumberland
Monkwearmouth Station Museum 1209029 Sunderland
Moot Hall, Appleby 1145607 Cumbria
Moot Hall, Brampton 1137330 Cumbria
Moot Hall, Keswick 1137345 Cumbria
Mountain Daisy Public House 1279894 Sunderland
Neville Hall and Wood Memorial Hall 1024739 Newcastle
Newby Bridge (bridge) 1225523 Cumbria
Newcastle Swing Bridge 1390930 Newcastle
North Bastle, Gatehouse 1044839 Northumberland
North Gosforth Chapel (ruins) 1355323 Newcastle
Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial Arch, Hexham 1281571 Northumberland
Old All Saints Church, Skelton 1263246 Tees Valley
Old Church of St Andrew's, Upleatham 1139759 Tees Valley
Old Church of St. Martin, Martindale 1326837 Cumbria
Old Church, Brampton, Carlisle 1087645 Cumbria
Old Courthouse, Hawkshead 1335777 Cumbria
Old Derwent Bridge, Swalwell 1355119 Gateshead
Old Grammar School, Hexham 1281643 Northumberland
Old Rectory, Whalton 1247809 Northumberland
Old School House, Hartburn 1042077 Northumberland
Orangery, Gibside 1299709 Gateshead
Orangery, Seaton Delaval Hall 1154932 Northumberland
Ornamental Gatehouse, Kirkleatham Hall 1160114 Tees Valley
Orthwaite Hall 1144419 Cumbria
Ouseburn Viaduct 1120788 Newcastle
Pallinsburn House 1042162 Northumberland
Piercebridge Bridge 1145843 County Durham
Pottergate Tower, Alnwick 1041444 Northumberland
Preston Tower 1034424 Northumberland
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Westgate 1232510 County Durham
Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead 1025151 Gateshead
RC Church of St Michael, Elswick 1024743 Newcastle
Rey Cross, Bowes 1323025 County Durham
Ridley Bridge 1042496 Northumberland
Roberts Battery, Old Hartley 1154951 Northumberland
Rothley Castle 1371065 Northumberland
Royal Tweed Bridge 1393563 North Tyneside
Rushpool Hall 1251344 Tees Valley
Rydal Hall 1245499 Cumbria
Ryhope Engines Museum 1218116 Sunderland
Saltburn Pier 1387526 Tees Valley
Scargill Castle 1121820 County Durham
Schoose Farm and Windmill, Workington 1327213 Cumbria
Sharpe's Folly, Whitton, Northumberland 1155472 Northumberland
Slater's Bridge, Little Langdale 1245295 Cumbria
Souter Lighthouse 1185593 Sunderland
South African War Memorial, Haymarket, Newcastle 1024847 Newcastle
St Andrew's Church, Crook 1229012 County Durham
St Anne's Hospital (Almshouses), Appleby 1145571 Cumbria
St Lawrence's Chapel (ruins), Barforth 1338613 County Durham
St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond 1018640 Newcastle
St Peter ad Vincula Church, Thornaby 1139917 Tees Valley
Stables, Gibside 1185328 Gateshead
Stanhope Castle 1231718 County Durham
Stanhope Old Hall 1277202 County Durham
Statue of Justice, Sir William Turners Hospital 1310769 Tees Valley
Statue of Queen Victoria, Royal Victoria Infirmary 1024801 Newcastle
Statue of Queen Victoria, St Nicholas' Square 1024771 Newcastle
Statue of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry, Durham 1120630 County Durham
Stephenson Monument, Westgate Road 1338572 Newcastle
Stockton Road United Reformed Church, Sunderland 1279916 Sunderland
Stubb House, Winston, County Durham 1160036 County Durham
Sunderland Empire Theatre 1279891 Sunderland
Sunderland Minster 1207993 Sunderland
Swarthmoor Hall 1270174 Cumbria
Tanfield Hall 1240892 County Durham
Tarn House, nr Ravenstonedale 1158397 Cumbria
Tees Transporter Bridge 1139267 Tees Valley
Teesside Vineyard Church (St Luke's) 1329463 Tees Valley
Telford Bridge, Morpeth 1303312 Northumberland
Terrace, east side of Old Eldon Square 1355254 Newcastle
The Arches, Wallington 1370638 Northumberland
The Castle, Castle Eden 1323098 County Durham
The Cloisters, Appleby 1319048 Cumbria
The Grot, Rydal Hall 1271834 Cumbria
The Old Vicarage, Ovingham 1370472 Northumberland
Tocketts Mill 1329554 Tees Valley
Toll Pillar, Bloody Bush 1044859 Northumberland
Tosson Tower 1371067 Northumberland
Tower House, Alnham 1232573 Northumberland
Town Hall, Barrow 1197859 Cumbria
Tudhoe Old Hall 1121440 County Durham
Twizell Castle 1042168 Northumberland
Tyne Bridge 1248569 Newcastle
Tynemouth Station 1185168 North Tyneside
Underhill, Kells Lane, Low Fell 1248562 Gateshead
Unthank Hall, Stanhope 1230062 County Durham
Victoria Viaduct, Washington 1354978 Sunderland
Walker Terrace, Gateshead 1277835 Gateshead
Walney Lighthouse 1218858 Cumbria
War Memorial, Holy Island 1042308 Northumberland
War Memorial, Old Eldon Square 1115605 Newcastle
War Memorial, Saltburn 1387499 Tees Valley
War Memorial, Stockton-on-Tees 1139979 Tees Valley
Wark-on-Tweed Castle 1153601 Northumberland
Warnell Hall, nr Sebergham 1311727 Cumbria
Webb House, 7 Zetland Road, Middlesbrough 1312336 Tees Valley
Wellington Obelisk, Wynyard Park 1329823 County Durham
Westholme Hall, Winston, County Durham 1121056 County Durham
Whittingham Tower 1371450 Northumberland
Whorlton Suspension Bridge 1322762 County Durham
Winch Bridge, nr Holwick 1121562 County Durham
Winston Bridge 1121747 County Durham
Witton Bridge 1121837 County Durham
Witton Castle 1311117 County Durham
Woodhorn Mill 1153112 Northumberland
Woodhouses Bastle, Holystone Grange 1155771 Northumberland
Wycliffe Hall 1322784 County Durham
Wylam Station 1370462 Northumberland
Wynyard Hall 1139221 Tees Valley
Yarm Bridge 1105658 Tees Valley
Central Arcade, Newcastle
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Central Arcade, Newcastle
- The Central Arcade was built in 1906 and designed by Oswald and Son, of Newcastle. It is contained within the Central Exchange Buildings built Richard Grainger in 1837. The arcade replaced the interior ...
Church of St Thomas the Martyr
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Church of St Thomas the Martyr
- Overview About the Church Map Street View St Thomas The Martyr's Church is located on the junction of Barras Bridge and St Mary's Place in Newcastle. The present church was ...
Civic Centre, Newcastle
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Civic Centre, Newcastle
- Overview About the Civic Centre Map Street View The Civic Centre is the main administrative centre for Newcastle City Council located by Barras Bridge and St Mary's Place, next to St ...
Central Exchange Buildings
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Central Exchange Buildings
- The Central Exchange is a triangular building, designed by John Wardle and George Walker and built by Richard Grainger as part of the redevelopment of Newcastle city centre. The building ...
Fulwell Windmill
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Fulwell Windmill
- Overview Map Street View "Fulwell Windmill started to appear on the Sunderland skyline in 1806 and became the familiar landmark we know today when opened in 1808. Built for Joseph ...
Horsley Tower
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Horsley Tower
- Overview Street View The fortified towerhouse in Longhorsely was built by the Horsley family in the 16th century at a time when there were frequent boarder raids and hostilities with ...
Cleadon House
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Cleadon House
- Overview Map Street View A large house on Front Street in Cleadon, built c1738 for local South Shields glass manufacturer John Dagnia.[1]  After John Dagnia's death in 1743, the house ...
Tees Transporter Bridge
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Tees Transporter Bridge
- Overview History Facts & Figures Map Street View The Tees Transporter Bridge was opened on the 17th October 1911 by Prince Arthur of Connaught. The bridge over the River Tees connects Middlesbrough, on the south bank, ...
Pottergate Tower, Alnwick
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Pottergate Tower, Alnwick
- Overview Map Street View Pottergate Tower in Alnwick was formerly part of the town's medieval defences. The tower was rebuilt in 1768 to a design by Mr Henry Bell. It ...
Twizell Castle
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Twizell Castle
- Overview About Twizell Castle Map Street View Twizell Castle stands on a bend of the River Till near Twizell Bridge, about 3 miles north-west of Cornhill-on-Tweed in Northumberland. A medieval tower house on ...
Assembly Rooms, Newcastle
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Assembly Rooms, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Designed by architect William Newton, this Georgian building was completed in 1776. The building was funded by members of the nobility, gentry and prominent citizens who ...
Keelman's Hospital
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Keelman's Hospital
- Overview Map Street View Keelman’s Hospital on City Road in Newcastle was built in 1701. It was built by the keelmen of Newcastle as an alms house for sick and ...
Close, No. 32
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Close, No. 32
Cliff House, Cullercoats
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Cliff House, Cullercoats
Collingwood Monument
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Collingwood Monument
- Overview Map Street View The Collingwood Monument was built in 1845 in honour of Admiral Lord Collingwood, who led the British Fleet to victory at the Battle of Trafalgar after ...
Souter Lighthouse
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Souter Lighthouse
- Overview About Souter Lighthouse Map Street View Souter Lighthouse is located on Lizard point on the South Tyneside coast, between Marsden and Whitburn. It was built in 1871 by Sir ...
Sunderland Empire Theatre
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Sunderland Empire Theatre
- Overview About Sunderland Empire Map The Empire is a 1,860 seat theatre located on High Street West in Sunderland SR1 3EX. The Empire was opened on 1st July 1907 by variety ...
Lighthouse, Roker Cliff Park
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Lighthouse, Roker Cliff Park
- The lighthouse was originally built in 1856 on Sunderland's South Pier. In 1983 it was dismantled to allow for harbour improvements, and then re-erected in Roker Cliff Park, between Roker ...
Yarm Bridge
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Yarm Bridge
- In c.1400 Bishop Skirlaw of Durham built this stone bridge across the River Tees. The bridge was widened at a later date. It is still in use as a road ...
Tower House, Alnham
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Tower House, Alnham
Grey Towers
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Grey Towers
- Overview Map Street View Grey Towers is a large country house built 1865-1867 for William Hopkins, ironmaster and Mayor of Middlesbrough. It is faced with whinstone, which is unusual compared ...
Dock Clock Tower, Middlesbrough
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Dock Clock Tower, Middlesbrough
- Overview Street View The current clock tower was built at the turn of the century (some time between 1870 and 1903) as Middlesbrough's docks were redeveloped. It replaced an earlier ...
Church of St John the Evangelist, Middlesbrough
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Middlesbrough
- Overview Timeline Map Street View The Church of St John the Evangelist is located by the junction of Marton Road and North Ormesby Road in Middlesbrough. The church was built ...
Empire Mecca Social Club, Middlesbrough
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Empire Mecca Social Club, Middlesbrough
- "Built in 1897 as a music hall The Middlesbrough Empire has played host to a variety of performers including Charlie Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy, The Scissor Sisters, The Arctic Monkeys ...
Webb House, 7 Zetland Road, Middlesbrough
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Webb House, 7 Zetland Road, Middlesbrough
- Overview Street View No. 7 Zetland Road, Middlesbrough, was constructed for ironmasters Bell Brothers between 1881 and 1891. It was the only commercial building ever designed by Philip Webb, the ...
Middlesbrough Town Hall
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Middlesbrough Town Hall
- Overview About the Town Hall Map Street View The gothic style Town Hall and Municipal Buildings on Albert Street & Corporation Road in Middlesbrough were built between 1883-1889, and replaced ...
Close, No. 35 (Quayside Bar)
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Close, No. 35 (Quayside Bar)
- Overview Map Street View The Quayside (Wetherspoons, previously No 1 Llyods Bar) is a public house and restaurant at no. 35 Close, by the Newcastle Quayside. The building dates back ...
Cloth Market, Nos. 12, 14 and 16
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Cloth Market, Nos. 12, 14 and 16
- Overview Map Street View Houses, now shops and business premises on Cloth Market, Newcastle. This was formerly the White Hart Inn, a coaching inn built in the late 16th century. ...
Church of St Chad, Bensham
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Church of St Chad, Bensham
- Overview Map Street View "St Chad's Church was consecrated in 1903. The church was designed by William Searle Hicks in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement, and built ...
Crow Hall, Felling
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Crow Hall, Felling
- A county house from the early 1700's, which gives its name to Crowhall Lane in Felling, where it is located. A private dwelling. Now a Grade 2* Listed Building.
Church of St Helen, Low Fell
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Church of St Helen, Low Fell
- Overview Map Street View "The Parish of Saint Helen owes its existence to the large population explosion experienced by industrial centres of the nineteenth century. Until then Low Fell had ...
Bradley Hall, Prudhoe
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Bradley Hall, Prudhoe
Hamsterley Baptist Church
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Hamsterley Baptist Church
Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead
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Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead
- Overview About the Castle Map A Grade 2* listed building Ravensworth Castle is a ruinous Grade II* listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at Lamesley, Tyne and Wear, ...
Great North Museum: Hancock
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Great North Museum: Hancock
- Overview About the Museum Map Street View The museum was established in 1884 to house the growing collections of the Natural History Society of Northumbria. It was named after John ...
Greta Bridge (bridge)
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Greta Bridge (bridge)
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Greta at Great Bridge village in County Durham, was built in 1773 by John Carr for John Sawry Morritt. It replaced ...
Church of St Mary, Rokeby
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Church of St Mary, Rokeby
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is a Parish Church in Rokeby, County Durham. It was consecrated 1778, and believed to be designed by Sir Thomas Robinson. The chancel and ...
Tanfield Hall
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Tanfield Hall
- Tanfield Hall is a private dwelling on Front Street in Tanfield, County Durham. The three storey Hall is a Grade 2* Listed building. It was the Manor House for the ...
Holywell Hall, nr Brancepeth
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Holywell Hall, nr Brancepeth
- Hollywell Hall near Brancepeth in County Durham is a large county house dating back to the 16th century. The main block was built in the mid 18th century and with ...
Tynemouth Station
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Tynemouth Station
- Overview About the Station History Map Street View Tynemouth Station opened on 7th July 1882. It was designed by William Bell for the North Eastern Railway Company (NER). It replaced ...
Witton Castle
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Witton Castle
- Overview About Map   Witton Castle is a much-altered 15th-century castle, which is the centrepiece of a holiday and caravan country park at Witton le Wear, near Bishop Auckland, County ...
Former British Gas Engineering Research Station, Killingworth
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Former British Gas Engineering Research Station, Killingworth
Dial Cottage, West Moor near Killingworth
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Dial Cottage, West Moor near Killingworth
- Overview Map Street View The plaque above the door of Dial Cottage reads: "George Stephenson engineer. Inventor of the Locomotive Engine lived in this cottage from (1805 to 1823), his ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Bedlington
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Church of St Cuthbert, Bedlington
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church in Bedlington can be dated back to the 10th Century[1]. The body of St. Cuthbert rested here in 1069 before being intermed at ...
Hartford Hall
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Hartford Hall
- Overview Map Hartford Hall is a large country house located by Hartford Bridge near Bedlington in Northumberland. The Hall was built in 1807 by William Stokoe for William Burdon (1764–1818), ...
Cleadon Water Tower
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Cleadon Water Tower
- Overview Detail Map Street View Cleadon Water Tower is a prominent landmark based on the Cleadon Hills. The chimney was for a Victorian steam-powered pumping station, built 1860 to 1862 ...
Harnham Hall
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Harnham Hall
Church of St Michael's and all Angels, Low Alwinton
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Church of St Michael's and all Angels, Low Alwinton
Church of All Saints, Thropton
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Church of All Saints, Thropton
Felton Old Bridge
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Acton House, Felton
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Acton House, Felton
Chesters Museum (building)
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Chesters Museum (building)
Dunstan Hall
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Dunstan Hall
Etal Manor
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Etal Manor
- Overview Map A large country house in Etal, Northumberland, built in 1748. It was extended in 1767 for William Carr, and again in 1888 for James Laing. The Manor is ...
Scargill Castle
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Scargill Castle
- Overview Map Scargill was originally built in the late 12th century by Warren de Scargill whilst he was overseeing building work at the nearby Bowes Castle. King Edward II is ...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Whitfield
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Whitfield
Church of St Matthew, Summerhill Street
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Church of St Matthew, Summerhill Street
- Overview Map Street View Grade 2* Listed Building.
Orangery, Gibside
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Orangery, Gibside
- Overview Map Street View Built in the late 18th century the organgery is located on the south of the Gibside estate. It is a Grade II* listed building.
Stables, Gibside
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Stables, Gibside
- Overview Map Street View Stables, 1746. A grade II* listed building.
Church of St Peter, Wallsend
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Church of St Peter, Wallsend
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St. Peter in Wallsend was built in 1809 and extensively modified in 1892. The church is a Grade II* listed building.
Lions House, Berwick-upon-Tweed
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Lions House, Berwick-upon-Tweed
- Overview Map A Grade 2* listed building situated by the Town Walls of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Royal Tweed Bridge
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Royal Tweed Bridge
- Overview History and Design Map Street View The Royal Tweed Bridge in Berwick-upon-Tweed was officially opened by the Prince of Wales on 16th May 1928. Grade 2* listed. The Royal ...
Church of St John the Baptist, Greatham
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Church of St John the Baptist, Greatham
Neville Hall and Wood Memorial Hall
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Neville Hall and Wood Memorial Hall
- Overview Map Street View Neville Hall is a distinctive gothic building on Westgate Road in Newcastle, near the junction with Neville Street. It was built 1869 - 1872 and designed ...
Emerson Chambers, Newcastle
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Emerson Chambers, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street Emerson Chambers was built in 1903 on Blackett Street in Newcastle. It was designed by Simpson, Lawson and Rayne and is a Grade II* listed building. The ...
Old Rectory, Whalton
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Old Rectory, Whalton
Manor House, Whalton
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Manor House, Whalton
George Stephenson's Birthplace
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George Stephenson's Birthplace
- Overview Map The humble birthplace of great railway pioneer, George Stephenson, whose entire family lived in just one room. The cottage is located about half a mile from Wylam and is ...
Manor House, Brinkburn Priory
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Manor House, Brinkburn Priory
Headlam Hall
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Headlam Hall
- Overview About Headlam Hall Map Street View Headlam Hall is a 17th Century country house in the village of Headlam, near Gainford, in County Durham. The Hall is now a ...
Dovecote, Gainford Hall
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Dovecote, Gainford Hall
Winston Bridge
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Winston Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The bridge over the River Tees near Winston in Counry Durham was built in 1762-1763, designed by Sir Thomas Robinson[1]. The bridge is notable for its ...
Stubb House, Winston, County Durham
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Stubb House, Winston, County Durham
- Overview Map Stubb House is a 17th Century country house located beterrn Winston and Whorlton in County Durham. The house is a Grade II* listed building.
Westholme Hall, Winston, County Durham
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Westholme Hall, Winston, County Durham
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Wycliffe Hall
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Wycliffe Hall
- Overview Map Street View A medieval hall in Wycliffe, County Durham, which was substantially remodelled in the early-mid 18th Century. The North-west wing was built  c.1780, as museum for Marmaduke ...
Whorlton Suspension Bridge
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Whorlton Suspension Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The toll bridge over the River Tees at Whorlton, County Durham, was opened in 1831. It was designed by John and Benjamin Green of Newcastle, who ...
St Andrew's Church, Crook
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St Andrew's Church, Crook
- St Andrew's, Crook, Methodist / United Reformed Church is located on Dawson Street in Crook, County Durham. The Church, formerly Crook Central Methodist Church, built in 1868, is a Grade ...
Rushpool Hall
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Rushpool Hall
Saltburn Pier
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Saltburn Pier
Kirkleatham Museum
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Kirkleatham Museum
- Overview Map Street View "Kirkleatham Museum is the local history museum for the Borough of Redcar & Cleveland with a treasure trove of artefacts and exhibitions set on three floors ...
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Statue of Justice, Sir William Turners Hospital
- Statue of Justice in Courtyard of Sir William Turners Hospital c.1720
Ornamental Gatehouse, Kirkleatham Hall
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Ornamental Gatehouse, Kirkleatham Hall
Kirkleatham Hall Farm
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Kirkleatham Hall Farm
- Kirkleatham Hall Farm was the stable block and coach houses fpr the former Kirkleatham Hall (demolished 1955). Built in the 18th Centry it is a Grade 2* listed building.
Dovecote, Sunny Brae, Embleton
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Dovecote, Sunny Brae, Embleton
Church of St. Cuthbert, Blyth
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St. Cuthbert in Blyth, Northumberland was built in 1892. It replaced an earlier church built in 1751; at that time Blyth was part ...
Orangery, Seaton Delaval Hall
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Orangery, Seaton Delaval Hall
- Built in the early 18th century the organgery is located in the walled garden of Seaton Delaval Hall. It is a Grade II* listed building.
Legs Cross
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Legs Cross
- Overview Map Street View Near Bolam, County Durham. "The base and fragment of a cross shaft dating from the 9th century. A rough cut rectangular sandstone base, badly worn, but ...
Church of St Mary the Virgin, West Rainton
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Church of St Mary the Virgin, West Rainton
- Overview Map Street View 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 ...
Christ Church, Shieldfield
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Christ Church, Shieldfield
- Overview Map Street View The Parish church in Shieldfield was built 1859-1861 by A.B. Higham. The church and hall is a Grade II* listed building. As well as still being ...
Roberts Battery, Old Hartley
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Roberts Battery, Old Hartley
- Robert's Battery at Old Hartley was a defensive site dating from the First World War. When a battleship which had been permanently based on the river Tyne was redeployed in ...
Church of St. Edwin, High Coniscliffe
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Church of St. Edwin, High Coniscliffe
- Overview Map Street View The Parish church in High Coniscliffe was originally built c.1170 and the tower parapet and spire dates from the 14th century. The church underwent a major ...
Church of St Ebba, Ebchester
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Church of St Ebba, Ebchester
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church of Ebchester was built 12th century, with extensive rebuilding in 1892 by C.H. Fowler. The church tower was added and the nave extended ...
Adderstone Hall
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Adderstone Hall
- Overview About Adderstone Hall Map Street View A large Georgian manor house in Adderstone Grange near Lucker in Northumberland. The house, on the site of a much older estate, was built in ...
Akeld Bastle House
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Akeld Bastle House
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North Gosforth Chapel (ruins)
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North Gosforth Chapel (ruins)
- Overview Map Street View The remains of the medieval chapel in North Gosforth were uncovered when the Melton Park housing estate was built in the 1950s.[1] The earliest documentary reference ...
Church of St John Lee, Acomb
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Church of St John Lee, Acomb
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church of St John Lee, in Acomb, Northumberland, is a Grade II* listed building.
Church of St. Mary, Lesbury
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Church of St. Mary, Lesbury
- Overview Map Street View The church of St.Mary the Virgin in the centre of the village of Lesbury dates back to 1147 but is thought to have been preceded by ...
Limekilns, Littlemill
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Limekilns, Littlemill
- There are 2 large limekilns at Littlemill West Quarry, just over a mile north west of Longhoughton in Northumberland. One is 18th century, the other 19th century. The 18th century ...
Hepburn Bastle
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Hepburn Bastle
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Lambley Viaduct
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Lambley Viaduct
- Overview About Lambley Viaduct Map Lambley viaduct was built by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway in 1852 to carry the Haltwhistle to Alston branch line over the River South Tyne at ...
Lilburn Tower
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Lilburn Tower
Monkwearmouth Station Museum
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Monkwearmouth Station Museum
- "The new railway station in North Bridge Street, Monkwearmouth was opened on 19 June 1848. It was the new Sunderland terminus for the Brandling Junction Railway, opened in 1839, that ...
Old Manor House, Mitford
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Old Manor House, Mitford
- Overview Map The manor house in Mitford, Northumberland, date from the 16th century. The manor house is located in a bend of the River Wansbeck, close to St Marys Church ...
Church of St. James, Shilbottle
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Church of St. James, Shilbottle
- Overview Map Street View The church is a Grade II* listed building.
Matfen Hall
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Matfen Hall
- Overview About Matfen Hall Map Street View Matfen Hall was a country house built for by Sir Edward Blackett in 1832-6 on the site of an earlier Jacobean house in ...
Wylam Station
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Wylam Station
- Overview About Wylam Station Map Street View Wylam Station was built in 1835 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. It is one of the earliest stations in the world still ...
Church of St Thomas, Stanhope
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Church of St Thomas, Stanhope
- Overview Map Street View St Thomas' is the parish church in Stanhope, County Durham. The church was built in the 12th century, with the chancel and upper part of the ...
Stanhope Castle
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Stanhope Castle
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Bridge over the Wear, Stanhope
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Bridge over the Wear, Stanhope
- Overview Map Street View This stone bridge over the River Wear just west of Stanhope dates from medieval times. The bridge now carries the B6278 road. It is Grade II* ...
Stanhope Old Hall
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Stanhope Old Hall
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Unthank Hall, Stanhope
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Unthank Hall, Stanhope
- Overview Map Unthank Hall is a 16th century manor house in Stanhope located near the south banks of the River Wear, close to Stanhope Ford. The hall is a Grade ...
Brandling House, Gosforth
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Brandling House, Gosforth
- Overview Map Street View Brandling House is a hospitality and conference centre at Gosforth Park Racecourse. It was originally built as a country house between 1755-1764 for Charles Brandling, a ...
Horden Hall
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Horden Hall
- Overview Map Street View Horden Hall is a manor house built in the mid 17th century located at the north end of Horden in County Durham. The building is thought ...
Church of St Peter, Elwick
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Church of St Peter, Elwick
- Overview Map Street View St Peter's Church is located at the top of Church Bank in Elwick. The church was built in the late 12th century, with a major restoration ...
Bywell Hall
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Bywell Hall
- Overview About Bywell Hall Map   Bywell Hall is a privately owned 18th-century country house situated on the north bank of the River Tyne at Bywell, Northumberland. It is a ...
St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond
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St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond
- Pilgrim Street in Newcastle is so named because of the many pilgrims traveling that way to St Mary's Chapel in Jesmond; "THERE was an Inn in this Street, which the ...
Church of St.James, Newcastle
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Church of St.James, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View St. James's United Reformed Church is located on Northumberland Road in Newcastle. It was built 1882-1884 by T. Lewis Banks, originally as a Congregational Church. The people ...
Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock
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Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock
- Overview Map Street View The hydraulic accumulator tower is located in what today is the Royal Quays Marina in North Shields. The 2 story tower was built in 1882 for ...
Axwell Hall
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Axwell Hall
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Longhirst Hall
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Longhirst Hall
- Overview Map Street View Longhirst Hall near Morpeth in Northumberland was built in 1824. It was designed by John Dobson for the land owner, William Lawson, who became wealthy from ...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Jesmond
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Jesmond
- Overview Map Street View The Holy Trinity Church in Jesmond is located on the corner of Jesmond Road and Churchill Gardens. The Parish church was built in 1908 by Hicks ...
Stephenson Monument, Westgate Road
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Stephenson Monument, Westgate Road
- Overview Map Street View This monument to the eminent engineer George Stephenson is located on the junction of Westgate Road and Neville Street in Newcastle, near Central Station. The decision ...
Lady Waterford Hall
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Lady Waterford Hall
- Overview About the Hall Map Street View Lady Waterford Hall is located in Ford in Northumberland. The building was commissioned in 1860 by Louisa Anne, the Marchioness of Waterford, and ...
Terrace, east side of Old Eldon Square
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Terrace, east side of Old Eldon Square
- Overview Map Street View The terrace buildings on the east side of Old Eldon Square off Blackett Street in Newcastle were built by 1831 by Richard Grainger to the designs of ...
War Memorial, Old Eldon Square
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War Memorial, Old Eldon Square
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Old Eldon Square in Newcastle was unveiled on the 26th of September 1923 by Field Marshal Earl Haig and dedicated by the ...
Statue of Queen Victoria, St Nicholas' Square
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Statue of Queen Victoria, St Nicholas' Square
- Overview Map Street View The bronze statue of Queen Victoria in St Nicholas' Square, Newcastle, was unveiled on the 24th of April 1903.[1] "The gift of W.H. Stephenson to commemorate 500 ...
Lemington Glass Works (1787-1997)
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Lemington Glass Works (1787-1997)
- Overview About Lemmington Glass Works Map Street View   Lemington Glass Works was the site of glass production in Lemington, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, for over 200 years. All that ...
Lighthouse, Coquet Island
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Lighthouse, Coquet Island
- Overview Map The lighthouse on Coquet Island in Northumberland was built in 1841 by Trinity House. The lighthouse complex includes a lighthouse-keeper's cottage which was built into the ruins of ...
Church of St Gregory the Great, Kirknewton
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Church of St Gregory the Great, Kirknewton
- Overview Map Street View St Gregory's is the parish church of Kirknewton in Northumberland. There has been a church on this site since at least the 11th century. The church ...
Hartlepool Art Gallery / Christ Church
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Hartlepool Art Gallery / Christ Church
- Overview About Hartlepool Art Gallery Map Street View Inside Christ Church on Church Square in Hartlepool was built for, what was then, the new and rapidly growing town of West ...
Church of All Saints, Hartlepool
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Church of All Saints, Hartlepool
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Church of St. Bartholomew, Kirkwhelpington
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Church of St. Bartholomew, Kirkwhelpington
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Church of St. James, Morpeth
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Church of St. James, Morpeth
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Clock Tower, Morpeth
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Clock Tower, Morpeth
- Overview About the Clock Tower Map Street View The Clock Tower on Old Gate in Morpeth was built in the early 17th century, using stone from an earlier Medieval building. ...
Telford Bridge, Morpeth
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Telford Bridge, Morpeth
- Overview Map Street View Telford Bridge (aka 'New Bridge') in Morpeth was built 1829 - 1831 by Thomas Telford.[1] The stone bridge carries the A192 road over the River Wansbeck. ...
Court House, Morpeth
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Court House, Morpeth
- Overview Map Street View The Court House in Morpeth was built in 1822, and designed by John Dobson in the style of a medieval castle.[1] It was originally part of ...
Chapel of St. Cuthbert, Inner Farne
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Chapel of St. Cuthbert, Inner Farne
- The Chapel of St. Cuthbert on the Farne Islands dates back to the 13th century or earlier. It was rebuilt in the 14th century and restored in the mid 19th ...
Barmoor Castle
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Barmoor Castle
- Overview Barmoor Castle Map Barmoor Castle was first recorded in 1341 when the Muschampe family was granted a licence to crenellate, in 1415 it was described as a fortalice. Barmoor was ...
Market Cross, Stockton-on-Tees
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Market Cross, Stockton-on-Tees
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Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee
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Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee
- Overview About Apollo Pavilion Map Street View   The Apollo Pavilion, also known as the Pasmore Pavilion, is a piece of public art in the new town of Peterlee in ...
Church of St Michael & All Angel's, Ilderton
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Church of St Michael & All Angel's, Ilderton
Craster Arms Hotel, Beadnell
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Craster Arms Hotel, Beadnell
- Overview Map Street View The Craster Arms is a hotel, bar and restaurant located on The Wynding in Beadnell. The rear of the building incorporates the remains of a medieval ...
Beadnell Hall
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Beadnell Hall
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Church of St. Mungo, Simonburn
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Church of St. Mungo, Simonburn
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Church of St Andrew, Bishop Auckland
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Church of St Andrew, Bishop Auckland
- Overview Map Street View In South Church, Bishop Auckland
Friarside Chapel, nr Burnopfield
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Friarside Chapel, nr Burnopfield
- Overview Map High Friarside Hospice was a Medieval leper hospital, located just south of the River Derwent, north of Burnopfield and south of Rowlands Gill, in County Durham. The hospital was founded ...
Hilton Hall, County Durham
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Hilton Hall, County Durham
- Overview Map Street View Hilton Hall is a house in Hilton Village in County Durham. The bulk of the house dates from the 16th century, with 17th and 18th century ...
Chapel Bridge, Barforth
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Chapel Bridge, Barforth
St Lawrence's Chapel (ruins), Barforth
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St Lawrence's Chapel (ruins), Barforth
Barforth Hall
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Barforth Hall
- Overview Map Barforth Hall is a farmhouse which was once the manor house of Barforth. The Barforth estate came into the possession of the Pudsey family during the reign of Edward ...
Dovecote, Barforth
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Dovecote, Barforth
St Peter ad Vincula Church, Thornaby
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St Peter ad Vincula Church, Thornaby
- Overview Map Street View The old Church of St. Peter ad Vincula (St Peter in chains) is located on the Green in Thornaby-on-Tees. The building dates from the 12th century, ...
Dalden Tower, Seaham
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Dalden Tower, Seaham
- Overview Map Street View Dalden Tower, is located in Seaham in the Dean which runs to Dalton-le-Dale. The pele-tower is the most prominent part of the remains of what was ...
Wynyard Hall
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Wynyard Hall
- Overview About Wynyard Hall Map Street View   Wynyard Park, sometimes known as Wynyard Hall is a large country house in County Durham, England. The house used to be the ...
Toll Pillar, Bloody Bush
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Toll Pillar, Bloody Bush
Hexham Bridge
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Hexham Bridge
- It replaced an earlier bridge, which was destroyed in the Great Flood of 1771. Hexham bridge is Grade II* listed.
Hexham House
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Hexham House
Old Grammar School, Hexham
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Old Grammar School, Hexham
- Old Queen Elizabeth Grammar School
Coldstream Bridge
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Coldstream Bridge
- Overview About Coldstream Bridge Map Street View   Coldstream Bridge, linking Coldstream, Scottish Borders with Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland, is an 18th-century Grade II* listed bridge between England and Scotland, across the ...
Rey Cross, Bowes
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Rey Cross, Bowes
- Rey Cross, in the civil parish of Bowes. Base and fragment of a 10th century cross shaft, which is believed to have been erected by King Edwin of Northumbria to ...
The Castle, Castle Eden
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The Castle, Castle Eden
- The Castle at Castle Eden is an 18th-century mansion house and a Grade II* listed building. No trace remains of the medieval castle of Robert de Brus. The Burdon family ...
Church of St Mary, Cockfield
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Church of St Mary, Cockfield
Preston Tower
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Preston Tower
- Overview About Preston Tower Map Preston Tower is a 14th century pele tower in Preston, near Chathill, in Northumberland. The Tower is a Grade II* listed building. "The Preston pele ...
The Arches, Wallington
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The Arches, Wallington
- "The Arches" were originally built in 1735 as the courtyard gateway to Wallington Hall. However, later they proved too narrow for coaches and were moved and re-erected as an eyecatcher ...
Dragons' Heads, Wallington
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Dragons' Heads, Wallington
Old All Saints Church, Skelton
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Old All Saints Church, Skelton
- Overview Map The old All Saints Church in Skelton-in-Cleveland was built c1785, on site of an earlier medieval church.[1] The secluded church, located east of the village, is set in ...
Church of All Saints, Skelton
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Church of All Saints, Skelton
Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
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Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
- Overview Map Street View The stone road bridge over the River Balder at Cotherstone dates back to the 15th century. It was rebuilt c.1681 and the upstream side of the ...
Lartington Hall
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Lartington Hall
Church of St Anne, Ancroft
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Church of St Anne, Ancroft
- Overview Map Street View St Anne's is the parish church of Ancroft. It was built by the monks of Holy Island, in the early Norman period, or possibly earlier. The ...
Church of St Michael and All Angels, Ford
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Church of St Michael and All Angels, Ford
Pallinsburn House
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Pallinsburn House
- Overview About Pallinsburn House Map Street View Pallinsburn House is an 18th-century country house situated at Ford, Northumberland. It is a Grade II* listed building. The house was built about ...
War Memorial, Holy Island
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War Memorial, Holy Island
Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial Arch, Hexham
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Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial Arch, Hexham
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Westgate
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Primitive Methodist Chapel, Westgate
Friends' Meeting House, Coanwood
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Friends' Meeting House, Coanwood
Biddlestone Catholic Chapel
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Biddlestone Catholic Chapel
- This former Roman Catholic chapel in Biddlestone has an interesting history. It was originally a pele tower built in the 13th century; the ground floor has defensive walls, which are 6 ...
Statue of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry, Durham
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Statue of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry, Durham
- Overview Map Street View The statue of the 3rd Marquess of Londonderry was unveiled in the Market Place, Durham, on the 2nd of December 1861. Those attending the ceremony included Disraeli ...
Bede Cottage, Monkton
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Bede Cottage, Monkton
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Bavington Hall
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Bavington Hall
- Overview About Bavington Hall Map Street View   Bavington Hall is a 17th-century privately owned country house at Little Bavington in Northumberland. It is a Grade II* listed building. A ...
Church of St Maurice, Eglingham
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Church of St Maurice, Eglingham
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Eglingham Hall
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Eglingham Hall
Church of St Michael, Ingram
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Church of St Michael, Ingram
Crawley Tower, near Powburn
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Crawley Tower, near Powburn
- Crawley Tower was built early in the 14th century with a licence to crenelate being granted in 1343.
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Brainshaugh (House)
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Brainshaugh Priory
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Brainshaugh Priory
- The priory ruins are located by a tight bend in the River Coquet at Brainshaugh, near Guyzance, in Northumberland. It was originally St Wilfrid's Premonstratensian nunnery, founded 1147-52 AD, by Richard ...
North Bastle, Gatehouse
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North Bastle, Gatehouse
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Doddington Bastle
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Woodhouses Bastle, Holystone Grange
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Woodhouses Bastle, Holystone Grange
Church of St Giles, Birtley, Northumberland
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Church of St Giles, Birtley, Northumberland
- St Giles, Church in Birtley, Northumberland, was built in the 12th century, and restored in 1884. The church is a Grade II* listed building.
Sunderland Minster
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Sunderland Minster
- Overview About Sunderland Minster Map Street View The Minster Church of St Michael and All Angels and St Benedict Biscop (commonly referred to as 'Sunderland Minster') is located on Church ...
Ryhope Engines Museum
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Ryhope Engines Museum
- Overview About Ryhope Engines Museum Map Street View Ryhope Pumping Station was built in 1868 for the Sunderland & South Shields Water Company, to supply water to the Sunderland area. The ...
Victoria Viaduct, Washington
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Victoria Viaduct, Washington
- Overview About the Victoria Viaduct Map Victoria Bridge is a 810 ft long rail viaduct over the River Wear near Fatfield, Washington.  It was built for the Durham Junction Railway and opened ...
Hownsgill Viaduct
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Hownsgill Viaduct
Church of St Oswald, Durham
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Church of St Oswald, Durham
- Overview About St Oswald's Church Map Street View St Oswald’s Church is located by the River Wear, on Church Street in the Elvet area of Durham. There has probably been a ...
Church of St Andrew, Dalton-le-Dale
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Church of St Andrew, Dalton-le-Dale
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Dalton Pumping Station
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Dalton Pumping Station
- Overview Map Street View Dalton Water Pumping Station was built 1873-1879 by Thomas Hawksley in Venetian Gothic Revival style.[1] It is located in Cold Hesledon, near Dalton-le-Dale. The engine house ...
Tudhoe Old Hall
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Tudhoe Old Hall
- Overview Map Street View Tudhoe Hall, off the village green in Tudhoe, dates from the early 17th century, probably incorporating the fabric of an earlier building. The building was altered ...
War Memorial, Saltburn
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War Memorial, Saltburn
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Saltburn By The Sea is located by the junction of Albion Terrace and Glenside, beside Valley Gardens park. The memorial, by Sir ...
Dobson's House, 49 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle
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Dobson's House, 49 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle
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Ouseburn Viaduct
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Ouseburn Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Ouseburn Viaduct is a railway bridge over the valley of the Ouseburn (river). It was built between 1837-1839 by John and Benjamin Green for the Newcastle ...
Tosson Tower
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Tosson Tower
- Overview Map Street View Tosson Tower is a ruined medieval tower house located in Great Tosson. It was the home of the Ogle family, who obtained lands at Tosson in ...
Sharpe's Folly, Whitton, Northumberland
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Sharpe's Folly, Whitton, Northumberland
- Overview Map Street View Built in the c.1720's, Sharpe's Folly in Whitton is probably the earliest folly in the county.[1] a plaque on the building states: "SHARP'S FOLLY / errected ...
Statue of Queen Victoria, Royal Victoria Infirmary
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Statue of Queen Victoria, Royal Victoria Infirmary
- Overview Map Street View The statue of Queen Victoria on the front Lawn of the Royal Victoria Infirmary was unveiled by King Edward VII on the 11th of July 1906. ...
Newcastle Swing Bridge
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Newcastle Swing Bridge
- Overview Further Information Map Street View The Swing Bridge over the River Tyne was first used for road traffic on 15th June 1876 and opened for river traffic on 17th ...
Piercebridge Bridge
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Piercebridge Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Tees at Piercebridge was built in 1673. The bridge was widened on its downstream side in 1781.[1] Today the bridge ...
Iron Bridge, Hulne Park
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Iron Bridge, Hulne Park
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Church of St Cuthbert, Marton
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Church of St Cuthbert, Marton
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church is located on Stokesley Road in Marton-in-Cleveland. The church dates from the 12th century, though it was largely rebuilt 1843-1848, possibly by J.B. Rudd ...
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Teesside Vineyard Church (St Luke's)
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Luke on acklam Road in Thornaby was built in 1904 by Hicks and Charlewood of Newcastle.[1] In August 2016, The Vineyard church movement ...
Wark-on-Tweed Castle
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Wark-on-Tweed Castle
- Overview About Wark-on-Tweed Castle Map Street View Wark Castle (aka Carham Castle), at Wark-on-Tweed was originally a motte-and-bailey castle built early in the 12th century. The castle was demolished and rebuilt ...
Clifford's Fort, North Shields
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Clifford's Fort, North Shields
- Overview History of Clifford's Fort Map Street View Clifford's Fort was a gun battery and military barracks built to defend the mouth of the River Tyne, at the east of ...
Whittingham Tower
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Whittingham Tower
Mountain Daisy Public House
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Mountain Daisy Public House
- Overview Map Street View The Mountain Daisy is a pub located on Hylton Road in the Millfield area of Sunderland. In addition to its 'Modified Queen Anne style.' exterior, the ...
Barningham Park
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Barningham Park
Winch Bridge, nr Holwick
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Winch Bridge, nr Holwick
- Overview Map Street View An iron suspension footbridge with planked walkway, over the River Tees, by the Low Force waterfalls, near Holwick and Newbiggin. The bridge was built c.1820 for the ...
War Memorial, Stockton-on-Tees
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War Memorial, Stockton-on-Tees
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Beamish Hall
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Beamish Hall
- Overview History of Beamish Hall Map Street View   Beamish Hall is a mid-18th-century country house, now converted to a hotel, which stands in 24 acres (97,000 m2) of grounds ...
Manor House, Sedgefield
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Manor House, Sedgefield
Gatehouse and Tower, Hardwick Park
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Gatehouse and Tower, Hardwick Park
Clock Tower, Cragside
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Clock Tower, Cragside
- The clock tower of 1864 was the original pay office for the Cragside Estate. The clock mechanism is thought to have been designed by Lord Armstrong himself.[1] The clock tower ...
Cosin's Hall, Palace Green, Durham
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Cosin's Hall, Palace Green, Durham
- Overview Map Street View Cosin's Hall is a large Georgean building located on Owengate on the east side of Palace Green in Durham. It was originally built c.1700 as Archdeacons's ...
Haughton House, South Bailey, Durham
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Haughton House, South Bailey, Durham
- Overview Map Street View No. 3 South Bailey, is the main building of St John's College, Durham University. The house was originally built in the early 18th century for Sir ...
Bottle kilns, Corbridge
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Bottle kilns, Corbridge
- Overview Map Street View Walker's Pottery on Milkwell Lane in Corbridge operated from the early 19th century until 1910. The pottery produced pipes, tiles and low-grade pottery for agricultural use, ...
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Mitford Hall
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Church of St Aidan,  Thockrington
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Church of St Aidan, Thockrington
- Overview Map Street View The church at Thockrington in Northumberland was built in the early 12th century by the Norman family of Umfraville. It is built on an outcrop of the ...
Old School House, Hartburn
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Old School House, Hartburn
- Overview Map Street View The Old School House in Hartburn was built in 1762 by Dr. John Sharpe, vicar of Hartburn. It was also used as the 'Parish Stable' (hearse house).[1] Now ...
All Saints Church, Middlesbrough
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All Saints Church, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View All Saints Church is located on the corner of Grange Road and Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough. The church was built 1873 - 1878, designed by G.E. Street. The ...
Black Middens Bastle House
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Black Middens Bastle House
- Overview About Black Middens Bastle Map Street View Black Middens Bastle House is at an isolated location on the north side of the Tarset Valley, about 2 miles north-west of ...
Close House
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Close House
- Overview About Close House Map Street View Close House is a large country house, estate and golf club located between Heddon-on-the-Wall and Wylam, about 8 miles west of Newcastle. The ...
South African War Memorial, Haymarket, Newcastle
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South African War Memorial, Haymarket, Newcastle
Eggleston Bridge
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Eggleston Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Eggleston Bridge is a single track road bridge across the River Tees near Eggleston in County Durham. The bridge here can be traced back to the 15th ...
Eggleston Hall
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Eggleston Hall
- Overview About Eggleston Hall Map Grade II* listed. Eggleston Hall is a privately owned 19th-century English country house near Barnard Castle, in Teesdale, County Durham. It is a Grade II* ...
Church of St Mary Magdalene, Yarm
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Church of St Mary Magdalene, Yarm
Ketton Ox, Yarm
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Ketton Ox, Yarm
Hesleyside Hall
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Hesleyside Hall
- Overview About Hesleyside Hall Map Hesleyside Hall is a large country house, located about a mile and a half north-west of Bellingham in Northumberland. It was built in 1719 on or ...
Fenham Hall
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Fenham Hall
- Overview About Fenham Hall Map Street View North front of Fenham Hall Fenham Hall was completed in 1748. It was built for John Ord, Mayor of Newcastle, and designed by ...
Rothley Castle
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Rothley Castle
- Overview About Rothley Castle Map Street View Rothley Castle is a folly on the Wallington Estate, built to resemble a medieval castle, located near Rothley in Northumberland. The castle was ...
Tocketts Mill
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Tocketts Mill
- Tocketts Mill iis a watermill by Tocketts Beck, located about a mile and a half north-east of Guisborough. The mill seen today was built in c.1810, erected on site of an ...
Town Hall, Barrow
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Town Hall, Barrow
- Overview About the Town Hall Map Street View The Town Hall in Barrow-in-Furness was built from 1882-1887, designed in a Neo-Gothic style, by WH Lynn of Belfast. It was opened ...
Barrow Monument, Ulverston
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Barrow Monument, Ulverston
- Overview About the Monument Timeline Map Street View View from top The Sir John Barrow Monument on Hoad Hill, Ulverston, was built from 1850 to 1851. The monument is Grade II* ...
Walker Terrace, Gateshead
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Walker Terrace, Gateshead
Underhill, Kells Lane, Low Fell
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Underhill, Kells Lane, Low Fell
- Overview About Underhill Map Street View Underhill is a large house at 99 Kells Lane in Low Fell, Gateshead - built in the 1860s. The inventor, Joseph Swan, lived at ...
Hawkshead Grammar School - Museum
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Hawkshead Grammar School - Museum
- Overview Map Street View Hawkshead Grammar School was founded in 1585 by the then Archbishop of York, Edwin Sandys (originally of Esthwaite Hall, near Hawkshead). The current building dates from 1675, when ...
Church of St Kentigern, Great Crosthwaite
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Church of St Kentigern, Great Crosthwaite
- Overview About St Kentigern's Church Map Street View St Kentigern's Church is located in Great Crosthwaite, on the outskirts of Keswick. The church is of least C14 origin, and was ...
Church of St Mary, Ambleside
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Church of St Mary, Ambleside
- Overview About St Mary's Church Map Street View  St Mary's Church in Ambleside was built 1850-1854, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the Early Gothic Decorated style.[1] The church is a ...
Church of St Kentigern, Aspatria
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Church of St Kentigern, Aspatria
- Overview About St Kentigern's Church Map Street View   St Kentigern's Church, Aspatria, stands in the village of Aspatria, Cumbria, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the ...
Moot Hall, Keswick
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Moot Hall, Keswick
- Overview About Moot Hall Map Street View  Moot Hall in the market square of Keswick was built in 1813, replacing earlier buildings of 1571 and 1695. It was previously used ...
Church of St John, Keswick
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Church of St John, Keswick
- Overview Map Street View St John's Church in Keswick was built in 1838 by the eminent architect Anthony Salvin (1799-1881).The patron of the church was John Marshall, owner of a ...
Church of St Mary, Churchtown, Sebergham
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Church of St Mary, Churchtown, Sebergham
Warnell Hall, nr Sebergham
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Warnell Hall, nr Sebergham
- Overview Map Street View Warnell Hall, is a large farmhouse to the south-west of Sebergham, It was built as a fortified house, dated 1683, and incorporating part of a 14th century ...
Hewthwaite Hall, nr Cockermouth
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Hewthwaite Hall, nr Cockermouth
- Overview Map Street View Hewthwaite Hall is a farmhouse located about tow and a half miles north west of Cockermouth, dated 1581. Hewthwaite Hall is a Grade II* listed building.
Old Church, Brampton, Carlisle
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Old Church, Brampton, Carlisle
- Overview Map Street View The old Church of St Martin at Brampton, Carlisle, was built in the 12th century by the River Irthing on the site of a Roman fort. ...
Church of the Holy Trinity and St Constantine, Wetheral
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Church of the Holy Trinity and St Constantine, Wetheral
Church of St Mary and St Wilfred, Warwick Bridge
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Church of St Mary and St Wilfred, Warwick Bridge
Holme Eden Abbey, Warwick Bridge, Cumbria
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Holme Eden Abbey, Warwick Bridge, Cumbria
- Overview Map Holme Eden Abbey is located by the River Eden at Warwick Bridge in Cumbria. It was originally built 1833-1837 by John Dobson as a coutry house for Peter Dixon, ...
Church of St Leonard, Warwick-on-Eden
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Church of St Leonard, Warwick-on-Eden
RC Church of St Michael, Elswick
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RC Church of St Michael, Elswick
Stockton Road United Reformed Church, Sunderland
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Stockton Road United Reformed Church, Sunderland
- Overview About Stocton Road URC Map Street View Formerly known as the Church of St George with Trinity and St James, on Stockton Road in Sunderland. It originally opened as ...
Cumberland and Westmorland Joint Counties’ War Memorial
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Cumberland and Westmorland Joint Counties’ War Memorial
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Church of St Michael, Bowness-on-Solway
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Church of St Michael, Bowness-on-Solway
- Overview About St Michael's Church Map Street View St Michael's Church in Bowness-on-Solway dates from the 12th century. The church was restored in the 18th century and was extended in ...
Church of St Mary, Wigton
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Church of St Mary, Wigton
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the Parish Church of Wigton. The church was built in 1788 on the site of an earlier 12th century church. The church was ...
Church of St Mary, Wreay
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Church of St Mary, Wreay
- Overview About St Mary's Church Map Street View   St Mary’s Church, Wreay is the Church of England parish church of Wreay in Cumbria. It was designed by Sara Losh ...
Eskdale Mill, Boot
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Eskdale Mill, Boot
- Overview Map Street View Eskdale Mill is located by Whillan Beck in the village of Boot in Eskdale, Cumbria. Eskdale Mill is one of the oldest water powered corn mills ...
Holy Trinity and St George RC Church, Kendal
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Holy Trinity and St George RC Church, Kendal
- Overview About the Church Map Street View Holy Trinity and St George's Church is located on the corner of New Street and Blackhall Road in Kendal. The Roman Catholic church ...
Walney Lighthouse
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Walney Lighthouse
- Overview About Walney Lighthouse Map Street View   Walney Lighthouse is a functioning lighthouse located on Walney Island in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. The current building dates to the early 19th-century ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Kirklinton
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Church of St Cuthbert, Kirklinton
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church in the village of Kirklinton was rebuilt in 1845, but retains some original 12th century features.[1] The Church is a Grade II listed ...
Church of St Michael, Arthuret
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Church of St Michael, Arthuret
- Overview Map Street View St Michael's Church in Arthurnet was built in 1609, replacing and earlier medieval church. The tower was completed in c.1700, and the church was restored in ...
St Anne's Hospital (Almshouses), Appleby
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St Anne's Hospital (Almshouses), Appleby
- Overview Map Street View Almshouses on Boroughgate in Appleby-in-Westmorland, inscribed:"This Almes House was founded and begun to be built in the year 1651, and was finished and endowed for the ...
Friends' Meeting House, Ulverston
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Friends' Meeting House, Ulverston
- Overview Map Street View Swarthmoor Friends' Meeting House, is located on Meeting House Lane in the Croftlands area of Ulverston, about half a mile east of the village of Swarthmoor. The ...
Swarthmoor Hall
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Swarthmoor Hall
- Overview About Swarthmoor Hall Map Street View Swarthmoor Hall is a large house, built in c.1568, located in Ulverston, about half a mile east of the village of Swarthmoor. The ...
Church of St Mary, Dalton-in-Furness
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Church of St Mary, Dalton-in-Furness
Church of St Michael & All Angels, Nether Wasdale
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Church of St Michael & All Angels, Nether Wasdale
- Overview Map St Michael & All Angels Church in Nether Wasdale is thought to date from the 15th century.[1] The Parish Church was originally a chapel of ease to the ...
Tyne Bridge
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Tyne Bridge
- Overview About the Tyne Bridge Map Street View The Tyne Bridge is an iconic arch bridge over the River Tyne which links Newcastle and Gateshead. Construction of the bridge by ...
Hagg Bank Bridge, Wylam
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Hagg Bank Bridge, Wylam
- Overview About West Wylam Bridge Map West Wylam Bridge (also known as Hagg Bank Bridge and Points Bridge) is a footbridge over the River Tyne to the south-west of Wylam. ...
Church of St Mary, Ulverston
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Church of St Mary, Ulverston
- Overview About St Mary's Church Map Street View St Mary's is the Anglican Parish Church of Ulverston. The church tower dates from the mid-16th century and there is a 12th ...
Church of St. Giles, Netherwitton
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Church of St. Giles, Netherwitton
- Overview Map Street View St Giles is the Parish Church in Netherwitton and dates from the 12th century, with subsequent alterations. The Church is a Grade II* listed building.
Cheeseburn Grange
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Cheeseburn Grange
Iron Bridge, Cragside
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Iron Bridge, Cragside
- The iron footbridge over Debdon Burn at Cragside was manufactured in 1870s at Lord Armstrong's Elswick Works. The footbridge is Grade II* listed.[1] The footbridge was closed to the public ...
Church of All Saints, Rothbury
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Church of All Saints, Rothbury
- Overview Map Street View Inside All Saints is the parish church of Rothbury. The current church building dates from the 13th century, with restoration in 1850. However, it is a ...
Tarn House, nr Ravenstonedale
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Tarn House, nr Ravenstonedale
- Overview Map Street View Tarn House is located about a mile and a half south-east of the village of Ravenstonedale in Cumbria, and half a mile west of the tarn (small ...
Manor House, Normanby
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Manor House, Normanby
- Overview Map Street View Normanby House on Braidwood Road in Normanby was built c.1716 for Reverend William Consett and Elizabeth Pennyman.[1] In more recent times it has been extended and ...
Church of St John, Workington
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Church of St John, Workington
- Overview About St John's Church Map Street View St John's parish church and community hall is located on Washington Street in Workington. It was originally built in 1822-1823 by Thomas Hardwick, as ...
Church of St Michael, Workington
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Church of St Michael, Workington
- Overview About St Michael's Church Map Street View St Michael's Church in Workington is located near the south banks of the River Derwent. The oldest parts of the church date ...
Schoose Farm and Windmill, Workington
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Schoose Farm and Windmill, Workington
Old Derwent Bridge, Swalwell
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Old Derwent Bridge, Swalwell
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Derwent at Swalwell was built in c.1779 for the Gateshead - Hexham Turnpike road.[1] The 3 arched bridge is Grade ...
Eachwick Hall
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Eachwick Hall
Brougham Hall
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Brougham Hall
- Overview About Brougham Hall Map Street View   Brougham Hall is located in the village of Brougham just outside Penrith, Cumbria, England. History The de Burgham family may have held ...
Old Church of St. Martin, Martindale
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Old Church of St. Martin, Martindale
- Overview About St Martin's Church Map Street View   St Martin's Church, Martindale is located in the valley of Martindale in Cumbria, England. It is often referred to as the ...
Devonshire Buildings, Michaelson Road, Barrow Island
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Devonshire Buildings, Michaelson Road, Barrow Island
- Overview Map Street View The Devonshire Buildings are two imposing sandstone tenement blocks located on Michaelson Road on Barrow Island. They were originally built in c.1875 to house workers at ...
Church of St James, Barrow-in-Furness
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Church of St James, Barrow-in-Furness
- Overview Map Street View   St. James Church located on Blake Street in Barrow-in-Furness, belongs to the Church of England's Diocese of Carlisle within the ecclesiastical Province of York. The ...
Church of St Mary, Rydal
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Church of St Mary, Rydal
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the parish church in Rydal. It was originally built as a chapel-of-ease in 1824, under the patronage of Lady le Fleming of Rydal ...
Rydal Hall
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Rydal Hall
- Overview About Rydal Hall Map Rydal Hall is located in Rydal, near the south end of Rydal Water in Cumbria. The core or the building dates from the 16th century. ...
Bridge over Rydal Beck, Rydal Hall
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Bridge over Rydal Beck, Rydal Hall
- The stone rubble bridge over Rydal Beck is located in the grounds of Rydal Hall. The single segmental arch bridge was built in 1682 by Sir Daniel Fleming, probably replacing ...
Rydal Hall - Gardens
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Rydal Hall - Gardens
Abbey Bridge, near Egglestone Abbey
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Abbey Bridge, near Egglestone Abbey
- Overview Map Street View Abbey Bridge crosses the River Tees about a quater of a mile south-east of Egglestone Abbey, near Barnard Castle in County Durham. The road bridge was built ...
Witton Bridge
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Witton Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Witton Bridge crosses the River Wear about a quarter of a mile south of Witton-le-Wear and a similar distance north-west of Witton Castle. The bridge was formerly ...
Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle
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Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle
Ridley Bridge
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Ridley Bridge
Featherstone Bridge
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Featherstone Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Featherstone Bridge ia a single-track road bridge over River South Tyne, located about half a mile east of Featherstone Castle and 2 miles north-west of Haltwhistle. ...
Crook of Lune Bridge
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Crook of Lune Bridge
- Overview Map Street View This stone road bridge over the River Lune, near Lowgill in Cumbria, was built in the 16th century or possibly earlier. The bridge formed part of ...
Church of St Stephen, Kirkby Stephen
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Church of St Stephen, Kirkby Stephen
- Overview About St Stephen's Church Map Street View St Stephen's Church is the parish church of Kirkby Stephen. It is sometimes called the "Cathedral of the Dales" in reference to ...
Gibside Hall
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Gibside Hall
Old Bridge, Warcop
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Old Bridge, Warcop
Smardale Hall
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Smardale Hall
- Overview Map Street View Smardale Hall, at Smardale in Cumbria, is built on the site of a 14th century tower house which was constructed by the Smerdale family. The oldest ...
Smardale Gill Viaduct
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Smardale Gill Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Smardale Gill Viaduct is just over a mile south-west of the village of Smardale in Cumbria. The viaduct was built for the South Durham and Lancashire Union ...
Bell Tower, Kirkoswald
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Bell Tower, Kirkoswald
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Church of St Oswald, Kirkoswald
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Church of St Oswald, Kirkoswald
Darlington Railway Station
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Darlington Railway Station
- Overview About Darlington Railway Station Map Street View   Darlington railway station is on the East Coast Main Line in the United Kingdom, serving the town of Darlington, County Durham. ...
Church of St Michael, Brough
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Church of St Michael, Brough
Church of St Andrew, Greystoke
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Church of St Andrew, Greystoke
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Fort Putnam (farmhouse), Greystoke
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Fort Putnam (farmhouse), Greystoke
Greystoke Castle
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Greystoke Castle
Church of St James, Hunstanworth
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Church of St James, Hunstanworth
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Brantwood
- Overview About Brantwood Map Street View Brantwood is a historic house and museum located by Coniston Water and about one and a half miles south-east (across the lake) of the ...
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Church of St Peter, Askham, Cumbria
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Church of St Bartholomew, Barbon
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Whitton Tower, Northumberland
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Welton Hall, Northumberland
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Church of St John, Hall Waberthwaite
- Overview About St John's Church Map Street View   St John's Church is situated on the south bank of the River Esk in the hamlet of Hall Waberthwaite in the ...

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