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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hayton Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hayton Civil Parish, Carlisle, 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
Bank Barn, Gin Case, Cartshed, Pig Hulls and Walls at Castle Hill 1140145 II    
Barns East of Toppin Castle 1335589 II    
Bryes South of Greenholme Lodge 1335588 II    
Carriage House and Stable, North East of Vicarage 1049059 II    
Castle Hill 1039560 II    
Church of St Mary Magdalen 1335622  II* 1780 Hayton. On medieval site.
Churchyard Railings, Wall, Gates and Gatepiers, West of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1087546 II    
Croft House 1049101 II    
Edmond Castle 1087551 II    
Fenton Farmhouse 1087544 II 1762  
Gate Piers South East of Toppin Castle 1087554 II    
Gelt Bridge 1335587  II* 1835 Railway viaduct over River Gelt.
Gelt Mill 1335621 II    
Graham Arms (West of Gelt Bridge) 1087552 II    
Greenholme Lodge and Flanking Walls, with Bollards to Right 1051090 II    
Greenwell Farmhouse, Barns and Adjoining Outbuildings 1087545 II    
Haybarn at Castle Hill 1329373 II    
Hayton School 1087547 II    
Hayton Vicarage 1087548 II    
Hayton War Memorial 1457979 II 1920 Churchyard of St Mary's
Jon's Farmhouse 1335620 II    
Little Corby Hall 1087549 II    
Milestone (East of Carlisle Lodge) at Ngr Ny49150 57990 1051101 II    
Milestone (West of Hayton Lane End) at Ngr Ny 50630 58660 1087553 II    
Milestone at Ngr 47860 57020 1087542 II    
Newby Bridge 1335586 II    
Norman House 1335623 II    
Outbuildings North West of Edmond Castle 1049043 II    
Rose Cottage 1087543 II    
Talkin Church 1373867 II    
The Stone Inn 1335585 II    
Toppin Castle 1051105 II C19th Hayton. Farmhouse in syle of tower house
Vicarage 1087550 II    
Castle Hill 1004591 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Pigeon Clint Written Rock: Roman quarry inscription 1018243 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Foresthead lime kilns, quarry, associated buildings and part of the rail transportation system 1021017 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.

Hayton Civil Parish Toppin Castle War Memorial, Hayton (Carlisle) Church of St Mary Magdalen, Hayton Fenton Farmhouse Gelt Bridge
Gelt Bridge
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Gelt Bridge
- Gelt Bridge (aka Middle Gelt Bridge ) is a railway viaduct over the River Gelt in Cumbria. It was built from 1832-1835 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. It was one ...
Toppin Castle
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Toppin Castle
- Overview Map Street View Toppin Castle Farmhouse, located just under a mile south-west of the village of Hayton, was built in the mid 19th century in the style of a ...
Church of St Mary Magdalen, Hayton
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Church of St Mary Magdalen, Hayton
- Overview Map Street View Inside The Church of St Mary Magdalen in Hayton was built in 1780 on the site of a previous medieval church. It's side chapel was added in ...
Fenton Farmhouse
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Fenton Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View Fenton Farmhouse in Fenton, Cumbria, is dated 1762 with initials J.M. & H.D. inscribed above the doorway. Fenton Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building on the ...
War Memorial, Hayton (Carlisle)
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War Memorial, Hayton (Carlisle)
- Overview Map Street View Unveiled on the 14th of November 1920 by Archdeacon Campbell. Commemorates 17 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. The monument is ...

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