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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ashington

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Ashington, Northumberland, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Woodhorn Colliery (Woodhorn Museum) 1016976 n/a 1894 Scheduled Monument.
Ashington Co-Operative Society Premises 1041396 II    
Ashington Farmhouse 1304523 II    
Blacksmiths and Joiners Shops to West of Pit Head 1041395 II    
Bothal Castle Gatehouse and Adjacent Wing to West 1153715  I c.1343  Bothal
Bothal Castle Remains of Curtain Wall to South of Residential Block 1041365  I   Bothal
Bothal Castle Welbeck Estate Office and Attached Outbuildings Around Stable Yard 1153737 II    
Bothal Mill House and Adjacent Outbuilding 1041361 II    
Bothal War Memorial 1391429 II   Bothal
Cage Shop to West of Pit-Head 1304416 II    
Church of St Andrew 1371383  I C12th Bothal
Church of the Holy Sepulchre 1152984 II    
Churchyard Wall, Piers and Gate to South-West of Church of St Andrew 1041364 II    
Cottages Nos 1 and 2 1041367 II    
Cottages Nos 3 and 4 1153749 II    
Cottages Nos 5 and 6 1041368 II    
Dovecote Opposite the Old Rectory 1371365 II    
Eastern Winding House and Shaft Head Building (Winder and Shaft No 1) 1153123  II*    
Engine House Between Shafts 1 and 2 1304432  II*    
Fan House to West of Shaft No 2 1041394  II*    
Farmbuildings to West of Moor House Farmhouse 1152978 II    
Former Colliery Offices Now Administration Block 1389505 II    
Front Wall and Gate Piers to Bothal Cottages (1-6), Village Hall and Adjacent House 1041369 II    
Garden and Terrace Walls to South of Bothal Mill House 1371382 II    
Garden House with Attached Outbuilding to North 1041366 II    
Garden Wall to South East of Old Rectory 1041417 II    
Gardens Walls and Attached Privy to West and South of Ashington Farmhouse 1041387 II    
Group of 3 Stone Coffins and Font Bowl 10 Metres South of Porch of Church of St Andrew 1041363 II    
Miners Memorial 1041386 II 1923 Woodhorn
Moor House Farmhouse 1041385 II    
Nos 15 to 19, with Backyard Walls and Outbuildings 1041384 II    
Nos 2 3 and 4 with Backyard Walls and Outhouse 1041383 II    
Nos 5-13, with Backyard Walls and Outbuildings 1371392 II    
Numbers 21 and 22 with Backyard Walls and Outbuildings 1371393 II    
Smalridge Memorial 5 Metres North of Aisle of Church of St Andrew 1304189 II    
Stable Range to North-West of Pit Head 1371395 II    
The Joiners Shop 1041362 II    
The Old Rectory 1041416 II    
Vicarage to Church of the Holy Sepulchre with Attached Yard Wall and Outbuildings 1041388 II    
Village Hall and Attached House 1304135 II    
Western Winding House and Shaft Head Gear (Winder and Shaft No 1) 1371394  II*    

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past.

Church of St Andrew, Bothal
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Church of St Andrew, Bothal
- Overview Map Street View "Much of the present building is 600 – 800 years old, however, part of an Anglo-Saxon cross and other stone fragments provide evidence of a much …
Bothal Castle
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Bothal Castle
- A private residence, part of the Welbeck Estate.
Woodhorn Colliery (1894-1981)
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Woodhorn Colliery (1894-1981)
Ashington Miners' Memorial
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Ashington Miners' Memorial
War Memorial, Bothal
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War Memorial, Bothal


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