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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Whitton and Tosson CP

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

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Boundary Stone Circa 300 Yards North East of Simonside Summit 1155441 II    
East Newtown Farmhouse 1042063 II    
Garden Wall in Front of Whitton Farmhouse 1042064 II    
Gates, Gatepiers and Garden Walls South of Whitton Grange 1042065 II    
Gazebo Circa 20 Yards North of Whitton Grange 1303326 II    
Pant Circa 15 Yards North East of Allerdene 1303353 II C18th Allerdene
Pill Box at Nu 005 015 1232569 II    
Pill Box at Nu 019 018 1277014 II    
Pill Box at Nu 035 012 1277015 II   Near Newtown
Pill Box at Nu 045 010 1232571 II    
Sharpe's Folly 1155472  II* c.1720 Whitton
Terrace Wall Circa 20 Yards West of Whitton Grange 1371029 II    
Tosson Tower 1371067  II* C14th  Ruined medieval tower house
Tosson Tower Farmhouse 1303355 II    
Wall, Arbour and Base of Tower Attached to South of Whitton Grange 1042066 II    
Whitton Cottage 1155453 II    
Whitton Farmhouse 1155452 II    
Whitton Pant Circa 40 Yards North of Whitton Tower 1155465 II    
Whitton Tower 1371030  II* C14th  
Great Tosson tower house 1008096 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Tosson Burgh univallate hillfort, 450m west of Great Tosson 1011267 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 670m south of Great Tosson 1011606 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Romano-British farmstead, 175m south of Cockpit Well 1009582 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cupmarked stone, 690m south-west of Wagtail Farm 1011288 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and ring marked rock, 940m south-west of Wagtail Farm 1011289 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Standing stone, 810m north-east of Whittondean Farm 1011290 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and ring marked rock and adjacent stone setting, 820m east of Whittondean Farm 1011293 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Lordenshaw multivallate hillfort, Romano-British settlements, field system, cairnfield, cross dyke, round cairn cemetery, rock art and medieval park pale 1017196 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 570m east-north-east of Wittondean Farm 1008699 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval monastic sheep farm (bercaria), 550m north-east of Whittondean Farm 1011292 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Simonside Cairn 670m west-north-west of Old Stell Crag 1011605 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 1km west-north-west of Old Stell Crag 1011615 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two round cairns 590m and 610m east of Burn Brae 1017197 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 320m WNW of Old Stell Crag 1009356 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 and Keys to the Past.

Whitton and Tosson Civil Parish Tosson Tower Sharpe's Folly, Whitton Pill Box, Newtown, near Rothbury Allerdene Pant Whitton Tower
Tosson Tower
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Tosson Tower
- Overview Map Street View Tosson Tower is a ruined medieval tower house located in Great Tosson. It was the home of the Ogle family, who obtained lands at Tosson in …
Whitton Tower
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Whitton Tower
Sharpe's Folly, Whitton
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Sharpe's Folly, Whitton
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Pill Box, Newtown, near Rothbury
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Pill Box, Newtown, near Rothbury
Allerdene Pant
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Allerdene Pant
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