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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Westwick

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Westwick 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
Abbey Bridge 1310824  II* 1773 Partly in this parish.
Close Cottage 1159901 II C18th  
East Shaws Farmhouse and Wall Attached to North 1121089 II C18th  
Ivy Cottage and Attached Smithy 1121090 II C19th  
Milestone, 300 Metres East of Junction with Mount Eff Road 1159873 II C19th  
Wall Adjoining to East of East Shaws Farmhouse 1159884 II C18th  
Wall, Ha-Ha Wall and Railings to South of East Shaws Farmhouse 1323036 II C18th  
Rokeby Park 1000733  II*   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 and Keys to the Past.

Westwick Civil Parish Abbey Bridge, near Egglestone Abbey
Abbey Bridge, near Egglestone Abbey
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Abbey Bridge, near Egglestone Abbey
- Overview Map Street View Abbey Bridge crosses the River Tees about a quater of a mile south-east of Egglestone Abbey, near Barnard Castle in County Durham. The road bridge was built …


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