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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Workington

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Workington 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
Nos. 1 and 3, Market Place 1327211 II    
No. 1, Christian Street 1312096 II    
No. 10, Portland Street 1138172 II    
No. 11, Christian Street 1144515 II    
No. 15, Curwen Street 1327208 II    
Nos. 15a, 17 and 19, Portland Square 1138145 II    
No. 21, Portland Square 1144486 II    
Nos. 28 and 30, Curwen Street 1144477 II    
No. 52, Finkle Steet 1138001 II    
No. 6, Market Place 1138099 II    
Nos. 7 and 9, Curwen Street 1144517 II    
No. 8, Portland Street 1144487 II    
Brooklands 1144514 II    
Byres to North of Schoose Farm House 1138196  II*    
Carnegie Arts Centre and Theatre 1327209 II    
Church of St John and Adjoining Community Hall 1138257  II* 1823 By Thomas Hardwick 
Church of St Mary 1327187 II    
Church of St Michael 1144492  II* C12th On site of C7th monastery 
Cross House 1327210 II    
Curwen and Co. Solicitors 1144483 II    
Detached Chimney at Jane Pit 1138109 II    
East Lodge 1327214 II    
Elmbank 1311999 II    
Gatepiers and Garden Wall West of Brooklands 1137850 II    
Gatepiers South East of Workington Hall 1144488 II    
Granary East of Schoose Farmhouse 1144490  II*    
Green Dragon Hotel 1138130 II    
Harrington Infant School 1390509 II    
Helena Thompson Museum and Former Stables 1311987  II*    
Jane Pit Engine House 1144482 II    
Joseph Pirt and Co Engineering Works 1137878 II    
Joseph Thompson Headstone 1138040 II    
Ladies' Hairdresser 1144480 II    
Lamp-Post Opposite Green Dragon Hotel 1144484 II    
No 1 and Adjoining Shops and Extension Wall 1138168 II    
No.18 and Adjoining House 1144485 II    
Nos. 11 and 13 and Rear Cottage 1137901 II    
Schoose Farmhouse and Adjoining Barns 1144489  II*    
Seaton Mill Farmhouse, Nos. 3 and 4 Seaton Mill Cottages and Barn Adjoining 1144491 II    
St Michael's House 1144478  II*    
Stainburn Old Hall 1138229 II    
Storeroom for Newsdale Construction 1138180 II    
The (Peat) Memorial Obelisk 1390847 II    
The Church of Our Lady and St Michael, Attached Steps, Walls, Gates and Gatepiers 1257412 II    
The Old Mill 1138208 II    
The Priory 1137841 II    
Tower and Adjoining Maltings at Workington Brewery 1138078 II    
Trades Hall 1327186 II    
United Club 1138140 II    
Viaduct Hotel 1312075 II    
Willow Dene and Adjoining Former Stables 1312106 II    
Windmill, Adjoining Barns, Gatehouse and Curtain Wall 1327213  II* c.1800 For John Christian Curwen
Wines and Spirits Warehouse at Workington Brewery 1144481 II    
Workington Bridge 1327212 II    
Workington Hall 1144479  I C14th With C18th additions
Workington Veterans Club 1137870 II    
Workington War Memorial Cenotaph 1392094 II    
Wyrehurst 1144516 II    
Workington Hall - Grounds 1001262 II   Listed Park and Garden
Workington Hall tower house and later medieval fortified house 1020458 n/a C14th Scheduled Monument
Jane Pit, a 19th century coal mine adjacent to the Sports Ground, Mossbay 1017559 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended enclosure at Salterbeck 1007071 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Burrow Walls Roman fort 1007161 n/a C2nd 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.

Workington Town Council Area Church of St Michael Church of St John Burrow Walls Roman Fort Schoose Farm and Windmill Workington Hall (ruins)
Church of St John
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Church of St John
- Overview About St John's Church Map Street View St John's parish church and community hall is located on Washington Street in Workington. It was originally built in 1822-1823 by Thomas Hardwick, as …
Workington Hall (ruins)
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Workington Hall (ruins)
Church of St Michael
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Church of St Michael
- Overview About St Michael's Church Map Street View St Michael's Church in Workington is located near the south banks of the River Derwent. The oldest parts of the church date …
Schoose Farm and Windmill
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Schoose Farm and Windmill
Burrow Walls Roman Fort
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Burrow Walls Roman Fort
- Overview Map Burrow Walls is located between Workington and Seaton in Cumbria. This Scheduled Monument includes the buried remains of a Roman fort and also visible sections of a wall made …


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