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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Dunnerdale-with-Seathwaite


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Dunnerdale-with-Seathwaite 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
Birks Bridge 1086826 II C18th Birks Partly in this parish
Boundary stone on site of Three Shire Stones 1311547 II 1816 Boundary of 3 parishes
Church of Holy Trinity 1158413 II 1874 Seathwaite
Dale Head 1335977 II C17th House
Dunnerdale Hall Farmhouse with Adjoining Byres 1158316 II C18th Hall Dunnerdale
Farm Building @ 150 Metres East of Stephenson Ground Farmhouse 1335940 II C16th Farm building, originally a dwelling.
Friends' Burial Ground 1158430 II C17th Square enclosure
Hesketh Hall 1086829 II C19th On site of 1594 building
Low Whineray Ground, Farmhouse with Adjoining Byre, Earth Closet and Cart Shed 1086827 II C17th  
Potash Kiln at SD 235 924 1251567 II C18th  
Potash Kiln to West of Water Yeat Bridge 1158344 II C18th  
Ramp Barn and Byres with Courtyard Entrance Linking It to North Return of Hasketh Hall 1311541 II C18th  
Rawfold Bridge Approximately 230 Metres to North East of Duddon Hall 1086625 II C18th  
Seathwaite Bridge 1335939 II C18th Over Tarn Beck
Stickle House Barn 1335938 II C17th  
Turner Hall 1086830 II C18th  
Ulpha Bridge 1086831 II C17th Partly in this parish
Under Crag 1158399 II 1714 Farmhouse
Water Yeat Bridge  1138062 II C18th Partly in this parish
Cairns on Kiln Bank 1/6 to 1/2 mile (270m-800m) SSE of Far Kiln Bank Farmhouse 1007234 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman road in Wrynose Bottom 1007188 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman road from Wrynose Bottom to Hardknott Ford 1003266 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.

Dunnerdale-with-Seathwaite Civil Parish Dunnerdale Hall Ulpha Bridge Church of the Holy Trinity, Seathwaite Three Shires Stone, Wrynose Pass Seathwaite Bridge Birks Bridge, Duddon Valley
Church of the Holy Trinity, Seathwaite
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Seathwaite
- Overview About Holy Trinity Church Map Street View Holy Trinity Church is located in Seathwaite in the South Lakes district of Cumbria. The church was built in 1874 relacing an ...
Three Shires Stone, Wrynose Pass
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Three Shires Stone, Wrynose Pass
- Overview Map Street View The Three Shires Stone, at the top of Wrynose Pass near Little Langdale, marks the historic boundary of the old counties of Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmorland. ...
Seathwaite Bridge
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Seathwaite Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Seathwaite Bridge is a road bridge over Tarn Beck, located about ½ mile north-east of the village of Seathwaite in South Lakeland. The stone rubble bridge has ...
Birks Bridge, Duddon Valley
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Birks Bridge, Duddon Valley
Dunnerdale Hall
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Dunnerdale Hall
- Overview Map Street View Dunnerdale Hall farmhouse is located in the hamlet of Hall Dunnerdale in the Dunnerdale valley. The house was built in the mid/late 18th century. Byres were ...
Ulpha Bridge
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Ulpha Bridge

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