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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kirkbride, Cumbria

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Kirkbride 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
Barn to North of Kirkbride House 1327159 II    
Church of St Bride 1144617  II* C12th  
Kirkbride House and Adjoining Barn 1144618 II    
Kirkbride War Memorial 1458615 II    
Lilac House 1396397  II*    
Midtown House (Adjoining Midtown Stores) 1289426 II    
The Lodge, Kirkbride House 1212686 II    
Kirkbride Roman fort, part of associated vicus and length of Roman road around, 370m south east of Whitrigg Bridge 1018653 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.

Kirkbride Civil Parish Church of St Bride, Kirkbride
Church of St Bride, Kirkbride
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Church of St Bride, Kirkbride
- Overview Map Street View St Bride's Church is a 12th century church located to the north Kirkbride in Cumbria, overlooking the estuary of the River Wampool. The chancel arch of ...


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