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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bournmoor Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Bournmoor Civil Parish, 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
4 Stone Urns, 50 Metres West of Biddick Hall 1323067 II    
Biddick Hall 1120989  I C18th  
Chester New Bridge 1323102  II* C15th  
Bournmoor Cricket Club House 1120987 II    
Bowes House Cottages 1158911 II    
Brewery Cottages 1120951 II    
Chester Lodge 1323103 II    
Church of St Barnabas 1120988 II 1868  
Detached Pair of Gates, 45 Metres South-West of Biddick Hall 1120990 II    
Dovecote, 150 Metres South-West of Biddick Hall 1158900 II    
East Lodge 1120993 II    
Fountain, 160 Metres West of Biddick Hall 1120992 II    
Garden Wall and Gates, West of Biddick Hall 1323068 II    
Garden Wall, Gates and 2 Statues, South-West of Biddick Hall 1158879 II    
Gateway to North-West of Chester Lodge 1120985 II    
Lamb Bridge 1120952  II* 1819 By Ignatius Bonomi
Lambton Memorial Cross, South-West of Church of St. Barnabas 1323065 II    
Marble Bench Against West Front of Biddick Hall 1158893 II    
Pair of Vases at Ends of Terrace on West Front of Biddick Hall 1120991 II    
Piers, Wall, Gate and Railings South of Biddick Hall 1323066 II    
Piers, Walls, Gates and Railings in Front of the Lodge 1323064 II    
Statue of Mercury 100 Metres North-West of Biddick Hall 1158910 II    
The Lodge, West of Church of St Barnabas 1120986 II    
Chester New Bridge 1002354 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Lambton Castle Grounds 1001438 II   Listed Park and Gardens
Lumley Castle Grounds 1001395 II   Listed Park and Gardens

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. Barnabas
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Church of St. Barnabas
- Overview Map Street View St Barnabas is the parish church of Bournmoor in County Durham, built in 1868. It is a Grade 2 Listed building. The church houses 'The Angel ...
Biddick Hall
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Biddick Hall
- Overview History Biddick Hall is a small 18th-century country mansion at Bournmoor in County Durham. The hall is privately owned by the Lambton family. On vacating Lambton Castle in 1932 ...
Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle
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Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle
Lambton Castle
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Lambton Castle
- Overview History Description, 1834 Map Lambton Castle, by the River Wear near Chester-le-Street was mostly constructed in its present form between 1820 and 1828 by John Lambton, first Earl of ...
Lamb Bridge, near Lambton Castle
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Lamb Bridge, near Lambton Castle
- Overview Map Lamb Bridge is a single arched ashlar sandstone bridge over the River Wear on the Lambton Estate. The bridge was built in 1819 by Ignatius Bonomi for John ...

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