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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Knaresdale with Kirkhaugh CP

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in the Civil Parish of Knaresdale with Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
4 Headstones 18 Metres South of South-East Corner of Parish Church Nave 1370633 II    
Ayle Well and Adjacent Farmbuilding 1303398 II    
Blackcleugh Farmhouse and Adjacent Farmbuildings 1303376 II    
Bridge over the Knar Burn 200 Metres East of Knar Farmhouse 1042926 II    
Burnstones Bridge Carrying A689 over Thinhope Burn 1370630 II    
Burnstones Cottage and Adjacent Outbuilding to South 1155419 II    
Burnstones Farmhouse 1042923 II    
Burnstones Railway Viaduct (Over the A689 and the Thinhope Burn) 1370631 II    
Church of the Holy Paraclete 1042925 II 1869 Kirkhaugh. On medieval site.
Cross 10 Metres South of Parish Church Door 1155479  II* Pre-Conquest Knarsdale, St Jude's churchyard
Eals Bridge (Over the South Tyne) 1155442 II    
Eals Farmhouse 1042924 II    
Farmbuilding 120 Metres West North West of Whitlow Farmhouse 1370629 II    
Gilderdale Bridge 1104899 II 1836 Road Bridge. Partly in this parish.
Gilderdale Viaduct 1144983 II 1852 Rail Bridge. Partly in this parish.
Greenhaugh Farmhouse and Adjacent Farmbuildings 1155533 II    
High Luzley, Former Farmhouse 1042927 II    
Knarsdale Hall Farmhouse 1155547 II    
Knarsdale War Memorial 1438722 II c.1920 St Jude's churchyard
Low Row, the Southern of the Two Former Houses 1042920 II    
Outbuilding 20 Metres S0uth-West of Knarsdale Hall Farmhouse 1042928 II    
Railway Viaduct over Knar Burn 1155595 II 1852 Disused. Near Slaggyford
Railway Viaduct over the Gilderdale Burn 250m North-East of Gilderdale Bridge 1155323 II    
Range of Farmbuildings 10 Metres North East of Underbank Farmhouse 1303309 II    
Range of Farmbuildings 30 Metres South of Kirkhaugh Farmhouse 1370632 II    
Slaggyford Station 1042929 II 1852 Slaggyford
Stonecrop 1155444 II    
White Lea House and Adjacent Farmbuilding 1042922 II    
Kirkhaugh Bridge abutments 1/2 mile (800m) NE of Whitley Castle 1006577 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Whitley Castle Roman fort and vicus, 280m south west of Castle Nook 1006621 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Maiden Way Roman road over Hartleyburn Common and Glendue Fell 1006439 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 and Keys to the Past.

Knarsdale with Kirkhaugh Civil Parish War Memorial, Knarsdale Church of the Holy Paraclete, Kirkhaugh Knar Burn Railway Viaduct Gilderdale Bridge Gilderdale Railway Viaduct Slaggyford Station
Church of the Holy Paraclete, Kirkhaugh
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Church of the Holy Paraclete, Kirkhaugh
War Memorial, Knarsdale
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War Memorial, Knarsdale
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Knar Burn Railway Viaduct
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Knar Burn Railway Viaduct
Slaggyford Station
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Slaggyford Station
- Slaggyford Station was on the Alston to Haltwhistle branch of the Newcastle & Carlisle Railway, which opened on the 17th November 1852. The station at Slaggyford was the first stopping …
Gilderdale Bridge
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Gilderdale Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Gilderdale Bridge carries the A689 road over Gilderdale Burn, about 1 mile south-east of Kirkhaugh and 1½ miles north-west of Alston. The stone bridge was built in 1836 …
Gilderdale Railway Viaduct
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Gilderdale Railway Viaduct


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