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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brough Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Brough Civil Parish, Cumbria, 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~ Note
Augill House and Former Coach-House 1144904 II    
Bank House 1144914 II    
Boundary stone about 25 metres to south west of Leacett Park 1144913 II    
Boundary Stone to North of Bullistone Cottage 1327021 II    
Boundary Stone to North-West of Low Mill 1312478 II    
Boundary Stone to South of Hazel Bank 1144907 II    
Bridge House, Opposite Ford Bridge 1326985 II    
Bridge over Swindale Beck to South of Mill House 1137120 II    
Building Between One-Stop Shop and Post Office 1137151 II    
Burneside House 1326984 II    
Castle Hotel and Inn 1137145 II    
Church of St Michael 1144902  II* C12th  
Clock Tower on Traffic Island at Junction with Market Street 1326987 II    
Cross Base to South of St Michael's Church 1327020 II    
Forecourt Wall, Railings and Gate to Front of Augill House 1327022 II    
Former Market Cross to North of Crossleigh 1326989 II    
Glaslyn House 1137172 II    
Grove Cottages 1137169 II    
Grove Cottages 1326988 II    
Grove House 1144874 II    
Harglade 1137174 II    
Hazel Bank Cottage 1144908 II    
Highfields 1312426 II    
House Adjoining North End of Castle Hotel 1144910 II    
House Adjoining South End of Former Shop 1144909 II    
House Adjoining South End of Hazel Bank Cottage 1137126 II    
House Left of Rose Cottages with Adjoining Barn and Byre 1137140 II    
House to East of Hill View 1144916 II    
House to West of Hill View 1144915 II    
Maypole on Former Cross Base 1144912 II    
Milestone to North-East of Intake Side 1326983 II    
Milestone to South of Augill House 1144905 II    
Milestone to South-East of Swindale Cottages 1144906 II    
Oddfellows Hall 1137158 II    
One-Stop Shop 1144911 II    
Swanson House 1326986 II    
Walton Tomb and Railed Enclosure to South of St Michael's Church Chancel 1144903 II    
Wiend House and Adjoining Store 1137164 II    
Brough Castle and Brough (Verteris) Roman fort and civil settlement 1007148 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Augill lead smelting mill, later iron roasting plant, associated reservoir, leats, flue and chimney and a Roman signal station immediately E of Augill Bridge 1019763 n/a   Scheduled Monument

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.

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