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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sedgwick, Cumbria

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

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Gatehouse to Sedgwick House School 1086586 II    
Raines Hall Farmhouse 1137818 II    
Sedgwick Aqueduct, Lancaster/Kendal Canal 1137839 II 1818 Lancaster Canal
Sedgwick Hill Bridge over Lancaster/Kendal Canal 1086585 II 1818 Accomodation bridge over Lancaster Canal
Sedgwick House 1336058 II 1868 By Paley and Austin
Sedgwick aqueduct 1007095 n/a 1818 Scheduled Monument
Basingill gunpowder works, 130m south of Force Bridge 1018824 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Levens Hall - Grounds 1000667  I   Listed Park and Garden. Partly in this parish

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.

Sedgwick Civil Parish Sedgwick Aqueduct Sedgwick Hill Bridge Sedgwick House
Sedgwick Aqueduct
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Sedgwick Aqueduct
- Overview Map Street View Sedgwick Aqueduct carries the Lancaster Canal over a road in the village of Sedgewick in Cumbria. The limestone aqueduct was built in 1818 by William Crosley …
Sedgwick Hill Bridge
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Sedgwick Hill Bridge
Sedgwick House
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Sedgwick House
- Overview About Sedgwick House Map Street View Sedgwick House, located to the west of the village of Sedgwick, was built in 1868 for William Henry Wakefield, a banker and owner …


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