Historic Buildings and Monuments in Melkridge Civil Parish
Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Melkridge Civil Parish, Northumberland, from the the National Heritage List for England. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.
|Cart Shed and Lean-To Shed West of High Town House||1156468||II|
|Coach House 35 Metres East of Melkridge Hall||1045247||II|
|Coach House to Rear of Oakland Nurseries, New High Town||1045246||II|
|Cottage on East Bay of High Town House||1045244||II|
|Hadrians Wall Milecastle and Turret||1156508||I||AD 122||Milecastle 41 and turret 40B.|
|High Town House||1156461||II|
|Lime Kiln 300 Metres North of Cowburn Rigg Farmhouse||1302848||II|
|New High Town (Comprising Blairochil; Burnlaw; Numbers 3 and 4; Archway Cottage; Melkridge House and||1156483||II|
|Outbuilding to Rear of Melkridge Hall||1370304||II|
|The Netty or Privy at High Close a Burn||1246859||II|
|Threshing Barn and Additions North of High Town House||1045245||II|
|Seatsides 1 Roman temporary camp and section of the Stanegate Roman road from the west side of the road from Once Brewed to the south side of the B6318||1010940||n/a||Scheduled Monument|
|Roman aqueduct to Great Chesters from the Cawburn||1003788||n/a||Scheduled Monument|
|Hadrian's Wall, associated features and a Romano-British settlement between the road to Steel Rigg car park and the road through Caw Gap in wall miles 39 to 41||1010973||n/a||Scheduled Monument|
|The vallum between the road to Steel Rigg car park and the road in Caw Gap in wall miles 39, 40 and 41||1010974||n/a||Scheduled Monument|
|Milestone House Roman temporary camp and section of the Stanegate Roman road||1010932||n/a||Scheduled Monument|
|Hadrian's Wall and vallum between the road to Caw Gap and the Caw Burn in wall miles 41 and 42||1010975||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.