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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Eggleston Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Eggleston Civil Parish, County Durham, from 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, South Terrace 1055731 II    
1-7, Prospect Terrace 1322749 II    
5, Townhead 1057657 II    
Beech Grove 1121635 II    
Blackton Bridge over Eggleston Burn 1322747 II    
Boundary Stone 1121577 II    
Boundary Stone at Junction with B6278 1121625 II    
Church of Holy Trinity 1121634 II 1869  
Eggleshope House East with Attached Outbuildings 1322750 II    
Eggleston Baptist Church 1054852 II 1873 Egglesburn
Eggleston Bridge 1338580  II* C17th  
Eggleston Hall 1121626  II* 1827 by Ignatius Bonomi 
Flight of Steps with Flanking Wall and Retaining Wall 1121637 II    
Former Church 1121629 II    
Former Saddle House at North Side of Entrance to Toft House Farmhouse 1055741 II    
Gate Piers, Gates, Walls and Railings of South Entrance to Eggleston Hall 1054845 II    
Gates, Piers and Walls to East of Church of Holy Trinity 1055866 II    
High Lodge to Eggleston Hall 1054766 II    
Ice House to North of Eggleston Hall 1121627 II    
Knocking Wall at High Sharnberry Lead Mine 1055845 II    
Leat at Sharnberry Mine, Containing Sharnberry Beck 1121636 II    
Low Lodge to Egglestone Hall 1121631 II    
Milestone Circa 100 Metres West of Track to Heather Lea 1322746 II    
Milestone Circa 150 Metres North West of Burn Bridge 1121632 II    
Milestone Circa 50 Metres East of Stobgreen Sike 1121633 II    
Outbuildings to North West of Eggleshope House 1055764 II    
Outhouses to North of Numbers 1-5 1322751 II    
Outhouses to North of Numbers 4, 5 and 6 1055792 II    
Retaining Walls and Level Entrance at Sharnberry Mine 1055839 II    
Rose Cottages 1054803 II    
Stob Green House 1322785 II    
The Green 1366558 II    
Three Tuns Hotel 1322748 II    
Wall Enclosing Yard East of Former Saddle House 1121639 II    
Walls, Gate Piers and Gates to North of Egglestone Hall 1121628 II    
Walls, Piers and Gate Flanking Drive to Egglestone Hall Rear Yard 1121630 II    
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and School Attached 1121624 II    
Carved rocks in Stobgreen Plantation 1021115 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval linear earthwork, enclosures and farmstead and Bronze Age burnt mound 110m and 420m north west of Heatherlea 1019457 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 and Keys to the Past.

Eggleston Civil Parish Eggleston Bridge Eggleston Hall Church of Holy Trinity, Eggleston Egglesburn Baptist Church
Church of Holy Trinity, Eggleston
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Church of Holy Trinity, Eggleston
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Eggleston Bridge
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Eggleston Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Eggleston Bridge is a single track road bridge across the River Tees near Eggleston in County Durham. The bridge here can be traced back to the 15th …
Eggleston Hall
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Eggleston Hall
- Overview About Eggleston Hall Map Eggleston Hall is a large country house by the north banks of the River Tees at Eggleston in County Durham. It was built on the site …
Egglesburn Baptist Church
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Egglesburn Baptist Church


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