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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Keswick


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Keswick 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
Nos. 10-15, Borrowdale Road 1144691 II    
Nos. 123 and 125, Main Street 1137386 II    
Nos. 17-23, St John's Street 1144664 II    
No. 18, High Hill 1327120 II    
No. 2, Eskin Street 1144650 II    
No. 25, St John's Street 1144665 II    
No. 3, Penrith Road 1144701 II    
Nos. 3-6, High Hill 1144695 II    
Nos. 36-50, St John's Street 1327103 II    
Nos. 4 and 6, Derwent Street 1137328 II    
Nos. 4 and 6, Eskin Street 1137772 II    
Nos. 6-12, Police Station Court 1137707 II    
Nos. 8 and 10, Eskin Street 1327137 II    
Nos. 85-91, Main Street 1144698 II    
Balustrading, Urns, and Terrace Wall to Garden on North Side of Castlerigg Manor 1144689 II    
Brigham Forge Cottages 1144663 II    
Calvert's Bridge 1137418 II    
Castlerigg Manor (Catholic Youth Centre) 1327115 II    
Castlerigg Manor Lodge 1144690 II    
Central Hotel 1327122 II    
Chestnut Hill House 1144692 II    
Church of St John 1144666  II* 1838  
Church of St Kentigern 1327118  II* C14th Great Crossthwaite
County Hotel 1137404 II    
Crosthwaite Sunday School 1137339 II    
Crosthwaite Vicarage 1144668 II    
Derwent Isle House 1144694 II    
Forge Bridge 1144702 II    
Formerly Mayson's Shop 1137758 II    
George Hotel 1327142 II    
Greta House 1144699  I    
Heads House 1137380 II    
Ivy Cottage 1137334 II    
Keswick Industrial Arts 1144651 II    
Keswick Railway Station Building and Platform 1327104 II 1865 Former station
Keswick War Memorial 1438053 II 1922  
King's Arms Hotel 1137363 II    
Oak Cottage 1144688 II    
Oddfellows Arms Public House 1144697 II    
Packhorse Inn Including Attached Former Stables 1137395 II    
Police Station and Magistrates Court 1381337 II    
Priorholm Hotel 1327116 II    
Royal Oak Hotel 1144667 II    
Ruskin Monument 1327119 II c.1900 Friar's Crag
Skiddaw Cottage 1327105 II    
Small Outbuilding Opposite Packhorse Inn and Behind Ye Olde Friars 1144700 II    
The Bank Tavern 1327121 II    
The Dog and Gun Public House 1144696 II    
The Moot Hall 1137345  II* 1813 Now Tourist Information
The Old Chapel at Landing Stage 1144693 II    
Toll Bar Cottage 1327117 II    

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.

Keswick Town Council area Ruskin Memorial, Friar's Crag Former Railway Station Church of St Kentigern, Great Crosthwaite Moot Hall Church of St John
Church of St John
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Church of St John
- Overview Map Street View St John's Church in Keswick was built in 1838 by the eminent architect Anthony Salvin (1799-1881).The patron of the church was John Marshall, owner of a ...
Former Railway Station
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Former Railway Station
- Overview About Keswick Station Map Part of the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway Officially opened for passenger traffic on the 2nd of January 1865 Closed to passengers on the 6th of ...
Church of St Kentigern, Great Crosthwaite
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Church of St Kentigern, Great Crosthwaite
- Overview About St Kentigern's Church Map Street View St Kentigern's Church is located in Great Crosthwaite, on the outskirts of Keswick. The church is of least C14 origin, and was ...
Moot Hall
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Moot Hall
- Overview About Moot Hall Map Street View  Moot Hall in the market square of Keswick was built in 1813, replacing earlier buildings of 1571 and 1695. It was previously used ...
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Ruskin Memorial, Friar's Crag
- Overview Map Street View This memorial for the Victorian visionary, John Ruskin (1819 - 1900), is located on Friar's Crag, by the east shore of Derwentwater, about ½ mile south-east ...

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