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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Casterton Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Casterton 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
2 Limekilns Approximately 220m South of Bullpot Farm 1086901 II    
2 Limekilns South of Little Aygill at Sd 662 818 1137562 II    
Barn to West of Bee Nest Farmhouse 1086902 II    
Bee Nest Farmhouse 1137567 II    
Bellgate Farmhouse 1086898 II    
Casterton Hall, East Wing, the Mews (Includes the Orangery) 1335933  II* C19th Country house, now 3 residences.
Casterton Old Hall 1086900 II    
Church of Holy Trinity 1335935 II 1833  
Cow Shelter Approximately 110m South of High Lodge 1086897 II    
Devils Bridge 1086899  I C15/C16th Over River Lune. Partly in this parish.
Gatehouse 1086895 II C18th Former toll house
Kirfitt Hall and Attached Outbuilding 1086935 II    
Limekiln at SD 621 797 1335936 II    
Limekiln at SD 628 799 1137462 II    
Lodge to Whelprigg 1335911 II    
Milestone by the Grange 1086896 II C19th Sedbergh Turnpike Trust
Old Manor 1137576 II C19th Older C17th parts. High Casterton
Railway Underbridge to West Lodge to Whelprigg 1137472 II    
Sculptured cross near Shamrock Wood, Whelprigg 1007168 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Stone circle 200yds (180m) SE of Langthwaite Gill Plantation 1007245 n/a Bronze Age? Scheduled Monument
Devil's Bridge 1007209 n/a C15th/C16th Scheduled Monument. Partly in this parish.
Prehistoric, Romano-British, medieval and early post-medieval settlements, field systems and a deer park at High Park, east of Bindloss Farm 1019016 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.

Casterton Civil Parish Casterton Hall Church of Holy Trinity, Casterton Old Milestone, by Casterton Grange Casterton Stone Circle Toll Bar Cottage, Casterton Old Manor, High Casterton Kirkby Lonsdale Devil's Bridge
Devil's Bridge
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Devil's Bridge
Casterton Hall
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Casterton Hall
- Overview Map Street View Casterton Hall is located in woodland by the River Lune at the south-west of Casterton. It is a neo-classical style country house built in 1811, thought ...
Church of Holy Trinity, Casterton
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Church of Holy Trinity, Casterton
- Overview Map Street View Holy Trinity Church at Casterton was built 1831-1833, it's chancel was added in c1860, by Crowther. Some of it's stained glass was by stained glass by ...
Old Milestone, by Casterton Grange
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Old Milestone, by Casterton Grange
- Overview Map Street View This old stone milestone is located on the west side of the A683 close to the entrance to Casterton Grange, to the north of the village of ...
Casterton Stone Circle
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Casterton Stone Circle
- Overview Map An embanked circle of 17 relatively small stones, probably dating from the Bronze Age. The stone circle is located near Langthwaite Gill Plantation and about 1 mile east ...
Toll Bar Cottage, Casterton
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Toll Bar Cottage, Casterton
- Overview Map Street View This former toll house is located on the A683 road, near the entrance to Casterton Golf Course, to the south-west of the village of Casterton. It ...
Old Manor, High Casterton
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Old Manor, High Casterton
- Overview Map Street View The Old Manor in High Casterton is the former manor house. The current building was largely rebuilt in the 19th century, but retains it's 17th century ...

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