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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rokeby Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Rokeby Civil Parish, County Durham, 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
8 Urns on Lawn to South of Rokeby Park 1121681 II    
Church of St Mary 1121673  II* 1778 Rokeby
Cross Base Circa 50 Metres North West of Dairy Bridge 1121643 II    
Cross Lanes Farmhouse with Adjacent Outbuildings on West 1160765 II    
Dairy Bridge Cottage 1121684 II    
Dairy Bridge over the River Greta 1160953 II    
East Entrance Screen to Rokeby Park, with Attached Walls and Railings 1160819 II    
East Lodge to Rokeby Park 1121678 II    
Farmbuilding Group to North of Garden House 1310321 II    
Farmbuildings to East of Mortham Tower and Attached Walls 1310361 II    
Footbridge 220 Metres South East of Mortham Tower 1322731 II    
Gable End 1160774 II    
Garden House, Outbuildings and Walls, to South West of Rokeby Park 1121683 II    
Greta Bridge 1160430  II* 1773 Bridge over River Greta
Group of Tombstones Circa 50 Metres North West of Dairy Bridge 1160963 II    
Gunroom on North of Rokeby Park Rear Court 1121682 II    
Herm of Ceres 40 Metres West of Mortham Tower 1121679 II    
Ice House 40 Metres East of Rokeby Park 1160922 II    
Milestone 100 Metres West of Junction with B6277 1121675 II    
Milestone 80 Metres West of Entrance to Tutta Beck Farm 1121674 II    
Mortham Tower 1160832  I C15th Pele Tower, with later house.
Piers and Railings 500 Metres South West of Rokeby Park 1160738 II    
Platform with Roman Altars on Lawn West of Rokeby Park 1160901 II    
Rokeby Grove 1322728 II    
Rokeby Park and Attached Stables 1121680  I 1731 Country house
Roman Milestone Against West Wall of Rokeby Park 1160889 II    
Sir Walter Scott's Grotto, in Bank of River Greta South West of Mortham Tower 1310358 II    
Stable Block 180 Metres South West of Rokeby Park 1322733 II    
Stable to West of Rokeby Grove 1121676 II    
Stableyard Cottage, to South West of Rokeby Park 1160928 II    
Sundial on Lawn 10 Metres South of Rokeby Grove 1310398 II    
Sundial on Lawn West of Rokeby Park 1322732 II    
Terrace Wall to South of Mortham Tower 1322730 II    
The Square 1322729 II    
The Square (Numbers 3 to 6 Consecutive) with Farmbuilding Range to Left of Number 6 1160811 II    
The Square Range of Farmbuildings to Rear of Number 5 1121677 II    
Tutta Beck Cottages 1310402 II    
West Lodge and Entrance Screen 1322734 II    
Rokeby Park 1000733  II*   Listed Park and Garden
Remains of St Michael's Church, 50m north west of Dairy Bridge, Rokeby Park 1016875 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Greta Bridge Roman fort, vicus and section of Roman road 1019074 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Greta Bridge 1002319 n/a 1773 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.

Rokeby Civil Parish Rokeby Park Mortham Tower Greta Bridge (bridge) Church of St Mary, Rokeby
Church of St Mary, Rokeby
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Church of St Mary, Rokeby
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is a Parish Church in Rokeby, County Durham. The church was consecrated 1778, and believed to be designed by Sir Thomas Robinson.It replaced an ...
Mortham Tower
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Mortham Tower
- Mortham Tower, near Greta Bridge, is a Grade I listed fortified courtyard house and pele tower which dates from the reign of King Henry VII (1485-1509). The estate was the ...
Greta Bridge (bridge)
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Greta Bridge (bridge)
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Greta at Great Bridge village in County Durham, was built in 1773 by John Carr for John Sawry Morritt. It replaced ...
Rokeby Park
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Rokeby Park
- Overview About Rokeby Park Map Rokeby Park is a Palladian style country house with extensive grounds located by the confluence of the River Tees and River Greta, close to Greta Bridge. ...

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