Historic Buildings and Monuments in Healeyfield Civil Parish
Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Healyfield Civil Parish, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.
|Accommodation Arch Under Former Railway for Road to Knitsley||1299438||II||c.1842|
|Barn West of High Knitsley Farmhouse||1320069||II||C18th|
|Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 06625001||1370297||II||1823|
|Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 06644995||1156470||II||c.1823|
|Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 06705011||1045313||II||c.1823|
|Bridge over Waskerley Walk||1185974||II||c.1867|
|Castleside War Memorial||1433898||II||1919|
|Dean Howl Farmhouse and Buildings Attached||1185971||II||C18th|
|Farm Building||1116155||II||C17th||Healeyfield Lane|
|Fell Close Cottage||1299441||II||C17th||Healeyfield Lane|
|Field Barn to North East of Dean Howl Farmhouse||1185972||II||C19th|
|Former Lead Mine Circa 300 Metres North East of Dene Howl Farm||1185973||II||C19th|
|Former Lead Mine Reservoir About 100 Metres East of Dean Howl Farm||1299439||II||C18th|
|High Knitsley Farmhouse||1185975||II||C18th|
|Howns Gill Viaduct||1185970||II*||1858||Railway viaduct.|
|Milestone About 200 Metres East of Rowley Cottage||1185969||II||C18th|
|Milestone About 300 Metres South of West Fines Wood||1320022||II||C18th|
|Remains of Roman aqueduct||1005582||n/a||Roman||Scheduled Monument|
|Milestone Circa 250 Mertres North of High Alder Heads||1299437||II||C18th|
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.