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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Burnopfield and Dipton Area
Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Burnopfield and Dipton Electoral Ward (unparished area), County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.
|Lintz Green House||1240737||II||C18th||Lintz Green|
|Burnopfield War Memorial||1433856||II||1921||Buropfield|
|Nos. 30 and 32, Front Street||1260824||II||c.1840||Buropfield|
|Bridge East of A694 Leading to Lintzford House (T and W Bridge No 766)||1025173||II||C18th||Lintzford|
|Caretaker's House of Former Leazes Board School||1240955||II||1893||Buropfield|
|Church of St John||1240728||II||1886||Dipton|
|Farm Outbuildings East of Leap Mill Farmhouse||1240814||II||C18th||Buropfield|
|Former Leazes Board School||1240954||II||1893||Buropfield. Now Buropfield Community Hall|
|Former Paper Mill||1260859||II||c.1840||Lintzford|
|Friarside Chapel||1240894||II*||C14th||Ruins. Scheduled Ancient Monument|
|Gate Piers and Walls in Front of Pontop Hall||1240731||II||C18th|
|Leap Mill Farmhouse and Aqueduct Wall, with Pigsty/Henhouse Attached||1240813||II*||C18th|
|Mill Race Reservoir Retaining Wall and Sluice South of Leap Mill Farmhouse||1240815||II||C18th||Buropfield|
|Mill Race Walls and Sluice with Piers and Sluice Keepers Shelter Adjacent||1260860||II||c.1840||Lintzford|
|Pontop Hall||1240730||II*||C17th||nr. Dipton|
|St Patrick's Congregation War Memorial, Dipton||1430731||II||1921||Dipton|
|Walls and Piers in Front of Number 30 and 32||1240818||II||c.1840||Buropfield|
|Walls in Front of Former Leazes Board School and Caretaker's House||1240956||II||1893||Buropfield|
|Walls, Piers and Railings at Entrance to Lintz Green House||1260854||II||C19th||Lintz Green|
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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