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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Long Marton Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Long Marton 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~ Notes
Barn and Byres to North of Town Head Farmhouse 1144956 II    
Beech House 1144950 II    
Brampton Hall and Adjoining Barn 1327002 II    
Brampton Tower 1144942 II    
Brampton Watermill 1144947 II C18th Brampton
Church of St Margaret and St James 1075165  I <C11th Long Marton
Clickham Farmhouse 1144943 II    
Farmhouse and Adjoining Barn to South East of White House 1144949 II    
Forecourt Walls and Railings to Front of White House 1326964 II    
Forecourt Walls, Gates, End Piers, and Railings to House and Cottage Opposite Ivy Cottage 1144954 II    
Forecourt Walls, Piers and Railings to Front of Saunders 1144955 II    
Forecourt Walls, Piers, Central Gate and Railings to Methodist Chapel 1342736 II    
Forecourt Walls, Railings and Gates to Rose Cottage and the Cottage 1342741 II    
Front and East Return Walls, Railings, Gate and Piers to Town Head Farmhouse 1326968 II    
Hen House and Pig Sties to West of Town Head Farmhouse 1049047 II    
House, Cottage and Barn Opposite Ivy Cottage 1049112 II    
Ivy Cottage, Adjoinng Penerin 1144953 II    
Ivy House 1262005 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk 1326992 II    
Long Marton goods shed with office and detached weighbridge office 1411445 II    
Long Marton Hall 1356595 II    
Methodist Chapel 1144952 II 1818 Long Marton. Former chapel
Midtown Farmhouse 1049073 II    
New Inn 1144946 II    
Packhorse Bridge to North East of Knock Pike 1144944 II    
Penerin, Adjoining Ivy Cottage 1372605 II    
Red House 1326966 II    
Retaining Wall with Bee Boles to West of Brampton Watermill 1144948 II    
Rose Cottage 1144951 II    
Saunders 1326967 II    
Stables to West of Brampton Watermill 1068846 II    
The Cottage 1356609 II    
Town End Farmhouse 1144945 II    
Town Foot and Lyndhurst, Opposite Rose Cottage 1326965 II    
Town Head Farmhouse 1373868 II    
Wagon House and Stables to North West of Brampton Watermill 1326963 II    
White House and Adjoining Barn 1067770 II    
Roman fortlet, 200m SSE of Castrigg 1007174 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Kirkby Thore Roman Fort and Associated Vicus 1012183 n/a   Scheduled Monument. Partly in Kirkby Thore CP.

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.

Long Marton Civil Parish Church of St Margaret and St James, Long Marton Old Methodist Chapel, Long Marton Brampton Mill, Eden
Church of St Margaret and St James, Long Marton
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Church of St Margaret and St James, Long Marton
- Overview About St Margaret and St James' Church Map Street View &nbsp; St Margaret and St James' Church is located about 0.5 miles (0.8 km) to the south of the ...
Brampton Mill, Eden
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Brampton Mill, Eden
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Old Methodist Chapel, Long Marton
- This former Methodist Chapel in Long Marton was built in 1818. It is now converted for residential use. The old chapel is a Grade II listed building on the National ...

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