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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Urpeth Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Urpeth Civil Parish, County Durham, 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
Bandstand in Town Area, Opposite Ravensworth Terrace 1311110 II C19th Beamish Museum, from from Saltwell Park
Church of St Paul 1159301 II 1879 West Pelton
Gate Piers, Walls and Privies at Methold Houses 1323093 II 1863 Beamish Village
Ice-House, East of Eastwood (Part of Urpeth Hall) 1120967 II C19th  
Methold Houses 1311141 II 1863 Beamish Village. Alms houses
Pele Tower on East Return of Pockerley Farmhouse 1159269  II* c.1440  
Pockerley Farmhouse 1120966 II C18th  
Shepherd and Sheperdess Public House and Holly House 1120964 II C18th Beamish Village
Upper Forge Bridge 1323094 II C19th over Urpeth Burn
Urpeth Hall, Eastwood and Westacre 1159287 II C18th Urpeth
Winding Engine House and Boiler House at the Colliery 1120965 II 1855 Beamish Museum, Previously at Chophill
Pillar box approx. 87 metres east-south-east of Bandstand 1240810 II 1870s Located by entrance to Beamish Museum

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.

Urpeth Civil Parish Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish Methold Houses, Beamish Church of St Paul, West Pelton Urpeth Hall
Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish
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Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish
- Overview Map Street View The Shepherd & Shepherdess is a public house and resturant in the village of Beamish in County Durham, close to Beamish Museum. The building dates from …
Methold Houses, Beamish
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Methold Houses, Beamish
- Overview Map Street View Almshouses inscribed "1863 BUILT AND ENDOWED BY JOHN EDEN". The houses are Grade II Listed.
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Urpeth Hall
- Overview Map Street View Urpeth Hall in High Urpeth was built in the mid 18th century, with the addition of flanking and rear wings in the late 19th century. The …
Church of St Paul, West Pelton
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Church of St Paul, West Pelton
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's is a parish church, located on St Paul's Terrace in West Pelton, County Durham. The church was built in 1879 by Austin, Johnson and …


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