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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Broughton West

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Broughton West 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
1-5, the Square 1335976 II    
Angerton Farmhouse and Barn 1138019 II    
Atkinson Monument Approximately 10.5 Metres to South of St Mary's Church 1086820 II    
Barn Opposite of Low Rosthwaite Farmhouse 1335950 II    
Beswick's Restaurant and Cafe 1086824 II    
Black Cock Inn 1138217 II    
Blacksmiths Arms Public House 1335972 II    
Broughton House 1086821 II    
Broughton Tower Special School 1335949  II*    
Church of St Mary Magdalene 1086818 II    
Cobblers Cottage and Former Broughton Craft Shop 1138199 II    
Cottage and Farm Buildings Opposite Syke House 1086817 II    
Crag Cottage 1086813 II    
Duddon Bridge 1356555 II    
Gate and Gate Piers Approximately 67 Metres to North of Broughton Tower 1312025 II    
Gateway to Broughton Tower 1138268 II    
Group of 4 Tombs Approximately 14 Metres to South of St Mary's Church 1311974 II    
Grovelands and Adjoining House 1311933 II    
Hawes Farmhouse and Outbuildings 1086849 II    
Hawk Bridge (That Part in Broughton West) 1312026 II    
Lane End Cottage and Barn 1086815 II    
Lane End Farmhouse and Barn 1335974 II    
Limekiln to South West of Crag Cottage 1335973 II    
Low Rosthwaite Farmhouse 1138051 II    
Lower Bleansley 1086850 II    
Lumholme and Adjoining Barn Range 1086814 II    
Market Hall 1138235 II    
Obelisk and Stocks 1086822  II*    
Old King's Head Public House 1138289 II    
Sand Gap Farmhouse 1335951 II    
Shop Bridge and Boundary Stone 1086852 II    
Sundial Approximately 13.5 Metres to South of St Mary's Church 1086819 II    
Syke House and Syke House Cottage 1086816 II    
Terrace of 7 Houses and Manor Arms Public House (Deleted 14/6/68) 1311902 II    
Terrace of Six Houses 1086825 II    
The Square Cafe, Hillside and Aitken House 1335975 II    
Town End Farmhouse and Outbuildings 1086851 II    
Two Market Benches to East of Obelisk 1086823 II    
Water Yeat Bridge 1138062 II    
Wreaks Causeway End Bridge 1138084 II    
Settlement on The Hawk 1007204 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.

Broughton West Civil Parish


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