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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Shap Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Shap 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~ Note
Barn Adjoining North End of the Rockery 1159231 II    
Barn to South of Thornship Farmhouse 1145385 II    
Barn/Byre Range Adjoining Farmhouse Opposite Keld Farm 1145379 II    
Barn/Byre Range Adjoining to Right of Keld Farmhouse 1311197 II    
Barn/Byres to North East of Plane Trees 1159119 II    
Byre to North East of Thornship Farmhouse 1159254 II    
Church of St Michael 1159061 II C12th Parts rebuilt C19th.
Coach House Adjoining New Ing Farmhouse 1326749 II    
Cottage, Barn and Cart Shed Adjoining to Left of Keld Farmhouse 1326748 II    
Croft House 1326751 II    
Cross Cottage 1159161 II    
Farmhouse Opposite Keld Farm with Attached Hay Loft 1159092 II    
Forecourt Wall, Piers, Railings and Gate 1159111 II    
Green Farmhouse with Adjoining Cottage, Barn/Byre Range and Area Wall 1311133 II    
Green House with Pavilions 1145383 II    
Greyhound Hotel with Milestone and Mounting Block 1159149 II    
Keld Chapel 1067845 II    
Keld Farmhouse 1145378 II    
Lyndene 1145381 II    
Market Hall 1145382  II* 1678 aka Market Cross.
Milepost (325 Yards North of Turn to Sleddale) 1326747 II 1825 A6, 1 mile south of Shap
Milepost (Opposite Shap Granite Works) 1248964 II    
Milepost 350 Yards South of Turn to Sleagill 1159044 II    
Milepost on Roadside to East of Croft House 1159179 II    
New Ing Farmhouse 1159105 II    
North Entrance Gates and Piers to St Michael's Churchyard 1145377 II    
Plane Trees and Houses Adjoining East End 1145380 II    
Shap War Memorial 1457760 II    
The Hermitage 1326750 II    
The Rockery 1326752 II    
Thornship Farmhouse and Byre Adjoining South End 1145384 II    
Shap large regular stone circle 1011639 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Shap Stone Alignment 1011637 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Shap Premonstratensian Abbey, including the precinct wall, abbey mill and mill race, and two fishponds 1011636 n/a C12th Scheduled Monument. Shap Abbey, English Heritage
Keld Chapel 1020669 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Skellaw Hill bowl barrow 1007609 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.

Shap Civil Parish Market Cross, Shap Church of St Michael, Shap Milepost near A6 turn to Sleddale Shap Abbey (ruins)
Market Cross, Shap
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Market Cross, Shap
Church of St Michael, Shap
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Church of St Michael, Shap
Milepost near A6 turn to Sleddale
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Milepost near A6 turn to Sleddale
- This milepost, located 1 mile to the south of Shap is dated 1825. It was built for the Heron Syke Turnpike Trust which ran the toll road from Heron Syke ...
Shap Abbey (ruins)
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Shap Abbey (ruins)
- Overview About Shap Abbey Map Street View Shap Abbey is located about 1½ miles west of the village of Shap in Cumbria. The Abbey was founded in c.1200 by local ...

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