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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kirkby Ireleth

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Kirkby Ireleth 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
Ashlack Hall and Outbuildings 1086791  II*    
Barn Opposite Ship Inn 1335964 II    
Church of St Cuthbert 1086792  II* C12th Beck Side, Kirkby-in-Furness
Garden Wall to West and South West of Ashlack Hall 1186013 II    
Kirkby Hall 1335963  I    
Railway Footbridge at Kirkby in Furness Station 1086793 II    
Wreaks Causeway End Bridge 1138084 II   Partly in this parish
Conscientious Objectors’ Stone, 140m south east of Green Moor farmhouse 1439178 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn and ring mound on Long Moor, W of Gill House Beck 1007219 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric hut circle settlements, enclosure, cairnfields, funerary cairns, a dispersed medieval settlement, field system and kilns on Heathwaite Fell 1020802 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two ring cairns on Gawthwaite Moor 1007220 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.

Kirkby Ireleth Civil Parish Church of St Cuthbert, Kirkby-in-Furness
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Church of St Cuthbert, Kirkby-in-Furness
- Overview Map Street View Inside St Cuthbert's Church in Beck Side, Kirkby-in-Furness, dates from the 12th century. It's north aisle was added in the early 16th century, originally as a ...


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