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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Barnard Castle


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

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
1 and 3, Galgate 1201058 II    
1 and 3, the Bank 1291864 II    
1, Horse Market (see details for further address information) 1201346 II    
10 and 10a, the Bank 1218678 II    
10 and 12, Market Place 1201356  II*    
100 and 102, Galgate 1282737 II    
104 and 106, Galgate 1210016 II    
108 and 110, Galgate 1292343 II    
11, the Bank 1201307 II    
11, Thorngate 1282558 II    
112, Galgate 1201342 II    
116, Galgate 1210039 II    
118, Galgate 1201343 II    
12 and 14, Horse Market 1201347 II    
12 and 14, Newgate 1201325 II    
12, Hall Street 1201345 II    
12, the Bank 1218696 II    
13 and 13a, Galgate 1201060 II    
13, the Bank 1201308 II    
13, Thorngate 1291750 II    
14 Market Place (Left Part) 1292205 II    
14 and 16, Galgate 1292586 II    
15 and 17, Market Place 1292208  II*    
15, Galgate 1201061 II    
15, the Bank 1218708 II    
17, Galgate 1209589 II    
17, the Bank 1201309 II    
18, 18a and 20, King Street 1217834 II    
18, Galgate 1282879 II    
19 and 19a, Galgate 1292560 II    
19 and 21, Newgate 1282729 II    
19, Horse Market 1210133 II    
19, Thorngate 1218892 II    
2 and 4, Market Place 1217861  II*    
2 and 4, Newgate 1218036 II    
20 and 20a, Galgate 1201062 II    
20, Market Place 1201317 II    
21, Galgate 1292565  II*    
21, Horse Market 1282701 II    
21, Thorngate 1201693 II    
22 and 24, King Street 1201353 II    
22, Bridgegate 1201055 II    
22, Queen Street 1201304 II    
22, the Bank 1201310 II    
23, Horse Market 1210139 II    
23, Newgate 1292140 II    
23, Thorngate 1291727 II    
24, Galgate 1209627 II    
24, Market Place 1282724 II    
24, Newgate 1201326 II    
24, the Bank 1291798 II    
24-34, Thorngate 1282559 II    
25, Horse Market 1201348 II    
25, Market Place 1201319 II    
25, Thorngate 1218919 II    
26, Galgate 1292538 II    
26, Market Place 1282725 II    
26, Newgate 1218099 II    
26, the Bank 1201312 II    
27, Galgate 1201063 II    
27, Horse Market 1210159 II    
27, the Bank 1218748 II    
28, Galgate 1209642 II    
29, Galgate 1282841 II    
29, Horse Market 1282702 II    
29, Market Place 1282726 II    
29, the Bank 1291805 II    
3, 3a, 3b and 3c, Market Place 1201354 II    
30 and 32, Galgate 1209647 II    
31 and 33, Market Place 1292203 II    
31, 31a and 31b, Horse Market 1210169 II    
31, Galgate 1201064 II    
31, Newgate 1282730 II    
31, Thorngate 1218923 II    
32, Horse Market 1201349 II    
33, 35 and 37, Horse Market 1217804 II    
33a, Galgate 1209775 II    
34 and 36, Horse Market 1201350 II    
34, Galgate 1201065 II    
34, the Bank 1218764  II*    
35 and 37, Market Place 1282727 II    
35, Newgate 1218111 II    
36, Galgate 1201066 II    
36, the Bank 1201314 II    
38, Galgate 1201067 II    
38, Horse Market 1292269 II    
38-44, the Bank 1291777  II*    
39 and 41, Market Place 1218021 II    
40, Galgate 1201068 II    
40, Horse Market 1201351 II    
41, Newgate 1218140 II    
42 and 42a, Horse Market 1292272 II    
42 and 44, Newgate 1201328 II    
5 and 7, Market Place 1217869 II    
5, Galgate 1282877 II    
5, Newgate 1292155 II    
52 and 52a, Galgate 1209887 II    
53, Galgate 1201071 II    
54, Galgate 1209904 II    
55, Galgate 1282842 II    
57, Galgate 1282733 II    
59 and 59a, Galgate 1201337 II    
6, 6a and 6b, Galgate 1209554 II    
6, 6a, 6b, 8 and 8a, Market Place 1201355  II*    
6, Newgate 1201324 II    
6, the Bank 1201305 II    
60, Newgate 1201329 II    
61 and 63, Galgate 1201339 II    
7, Newgate 1292158 II    
7, the Bank 1218656 II    
7-17, King Street 1201352 II    
74, Galgate 1282735 II    
7a, Newgate 1282728 II    
8, the Bank 1218665 II    
8. 10 and 10a, Galgate 1209562 II    
82, 82a and 82b, Galgate 1282736 II    
83, Harmire Road 1292307 II    
8a, Thorngate 1291746 II    
9, 11 and 11a, Galgate 1282878 II    
9, 11 and 13, Market Place 1292224 II    
9, the Bank 1201306 II    
Baliol Street Name Plate 1292403 II    
Bank Cottage 1218809 II    
Barclays Bank 1292243 II    
Barn and Attached Wall at Spring Lodge 1390762 II    
Barnard Castle Bridge (That Part in Barnard Castle Civil Parish) and Attached Wall to South East 1201056  I C14th  
Barnard Castle School 1292093 II    
Basin to South of Bowes Museum 1282731 II    
Black Horse Public House 1292129 II    
Blagraves 1201313  I C16th House, now a resturant.
Blue Bell Public House 1201690 II    
Boundary Wall to Bowes Museum 1201333 II    
Bowes Museum with Steps and Railings Attached 1292074  I 1885 Museum opened 1892
Bowling Club Pavilion Approximately 70 Metres to East of Bowes Museum 1292057 II    
Byres and Sheds to Demesnes Mill 1201344 II    
Cemetery Chapel 1218971 II    
Chapel immediately east of Barnard Castle School 1201331  II*    
Charlton House and Attached Rear Wall 1291743 II    
Cholera Monument Approximately 30 Metres South of Church of St Mary 1291900 II    
Church of St Mary 1218277  I C12th  
Coach and Horses Public House 1282880 II    
Commercial Hotel 1209569 II    
Congregational Church and Sunday School 1210104 II    
Cricketers' Arms Public House 1201070 II    
Deepdale Aqueduct 1310593 II    
Deepdale Aqueduct (That Part in Barnard Castle Civil Parish) 1291706 II 1898  
Demesnes Mill 1210066 II    
Demesnes Mill House and Mill Cottage and Attached Railings 1282739 II    
Douglas House 1201311 II    
Dunelm Court 1201053 II    
Entrance Gates and Lodges to Bowes Museum 1201332  II*    
Footbridge over River Tees (That Part in Barnard Castle Civil Parish) 1291732 II    
Former Chapel at North West Corner of Garden to Number 7 1282722 II    
Former Factory Building East of Mill Court 1218937 II    
Former Mill to Rear of Number 22 1282875 II    
Former Stable and Coachhouse 1282562 II    
Former Stable, Outbuildings and Walls to the Vicarage and Glebe Cottage 1218596 II    
Garden Walls to East of Numbers 64 and 66, Spring Grove 1201330 II    
Garden Walls to Number 8 1201691 II    
Golden Lion Public House 1217987 II    
Group of Simpson, Walker and Kipling Tombs Approximately 6 Metres South of Church of St Mary 1218303 II    
Hayloft and Dovecote Approximately 40 Metres East of Spring Lodge with Sheds, Kennels and Wall 1201302 II    
Hickson Tomb Approximately 20 Metres South of Church of St Mary and 2 Metres South of Smith Tomb 1201336 II    
Hole in the Wall Warehouse 1292308 II    
Hopper Tomb Approximately 2 Metres South of Church of St Mary 1201335  II*    
Ivy Cottage 1209533 II    
Johanson House 1201315 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk Outside Number 22 1218721 II    
King Street Name Plate 1209830 II    
King's Head Rest Home (Right Part) 1201357 II    
Kirby House 1201694 II    
Kyle tomb approximately 15 metres west of Cemetery Chapel 1201697 II    
Magistrates' Courts 1218619 II    
Market Cross 1201323  I 1747  
Marwood Cottage 1282561 II    
Memorial Cross in Roman Catholic Cemetery 1218980 II    
Midland Bank 1201316 II    
Milestone at NZ 0484 1631 1201057 II    
Milestone at NZ 057 170 1282873 II    
Mill Court 1201695 II    
Monkhouse and Coupland Tombs Approximately 5 Metres East of Church of St Mary 1282732 II    
National Westminster Bank 1201321 II    
Number 28 and Attached Railings 1282760 II    
Number 35 and Attached Walls and Railings 1292493 II    
Number 37 and Attached Walls and Railings 1209795 II    
Number 39 and Attached Wall 1201327 II    
Number 39 and Attached Walls 1209806 II    
Number 46 and Attached Rear Walls and Outbuilding 1292125 II    
Number 51 and Attached Walls 1292427 II    
Number 51 Including Arch and Part of Wall at Rear 1282721 II    
Numbers 4 and 6 and Attached Rear Wall 1282557 II    
Numbers 47 and 49 and Attached Walls and Railings 1209866 II    
Numbers 60 and 62 and Attached Yard Wall 1201338 II    
Numbers 77, 79 and 81 and Attached Walls 1201340 II    
Numbers 88 and 90 and Attached Walls 1201341 II    
Numbers 92-98 (Even) and Attached Walls 1292374 II    
Outbuilding to Rear of Golden Lion Public House 1201322 II    
Pant 1210046 II    
Percy Beck Bridge (That Part in Barnard Castle Civil Parish) 1282740 II    
Post Office 1209541 II    
Railway Cottages 1282759 II    
River View 1210097 II    
Smith Tomb Approximately 20 Metres South East of Church of St Mary 1218314 II    
South Boundary Wall to Grounds of Bowes Museum and Church of St Mary 1218226 II    
Spring Grove 1218151 II    
Spring Lodge Cottage 1282758 II    
Spring Lodge with Attached Yard Wall 1282757 II    
Stable and Loft to Demesnes Mill 1292336 II    
Stables and Coach House Approximately 10 Metres East of Spring Lodge with Walls and Outhouse 1218574 II    
Stone Gatepost at Rear of Numbers 21 and 23 1201318 II    
Tees House 1282560 II    
Teesdale District Council Offices 1201069 II    
Terrace Walls and Steps, and Heraldic Beasts, to South of Bowes Museum 1218235  I    
The Castle 1218822  I C12th  
The Maltings 1218085 II    
The Old Well 1218711 II    
The Vicarage and Glebe Cottage 1291879 II    
Thorngate House and Attached Railings 1218873  II*    
Thorngate Mill 1201696 II    
Three Horse Shoes Public House 1201059 II    
Trinity Methodist Church and Sunday School 1282738 II 1894 Flatts Road
Trustee Savings Bank 1282723 II    
Turk's Head Public House 1201320 II    
Wall Between Wilson Street and Garden Walls to East of Spring Grove 1201054 II    
Walls and Piers in Front of Numbers Numbers 53-59 (Odd) and 59a 1282734 II    
Walls Around Spring Lodge Garden 1291906 II    
Walls to the Vicarage and Glebe Cottage 1201303 II    
War Memorial 1391768 II    
War memorial to south east of Bowes Museum 1201334 II    
War memorial to south west of Bowes Museum 1218254 II    
Wesley Terrace 1291664 II    
West Boundary Wall to Bowes Museum 1282874 II    
West View 1282876 II    
Witham Hall 1210125 II    
Barnard Castle: ringwork, shell keep castle, chapel and dovecote 1007505 n/a C12th Scheduled Monument
Barnard Castle Bridge 1002353 n/a C14th Scheduled Monument
Bowes Museum Grounds 1000728 II   Listed Park and Garden

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.

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Church of St Mary
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Market Cross
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- Overview Street View The Market Cross or Butter Market at Barnard Castle was built in 1747 at the expense of Thomas Breaks. During its history the octagonal building has served ...
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Trinity Methodist Church
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Bowes Museum
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