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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wylam Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Wylam Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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~ Notes
1, Blackett Court 1154895 II    
Church of St Oswin 1044959 II 1886 by R.J. Johnson
Footbridge at Wylam Station 1044926 II C19th  
Gateway Attached to North-East of the Rift Farmhouse 1155020 II    
Gateway C5 Yards South-East of Holeyn Hall 1044921 II    
George Stephenson's Cottage 1044925  II* C18th  
Ha-Ha Wall C30 Yards South of Holeyn Hall 1044922 II    
Holeyn Hall 1044920 II    
Lychgate C20 Yards South-West of Church of St Oswin 1154905 II 1903  
Oakwood Hall 1370461 II    
Stables at Holeyn Hall 1370460 II    
The Old School 1370463 II    
The Old Schoolhouse 1044927 II    
Wall C150 Yards West of Holeyn Hall 1044923 II    
West Wylam Bridge 1044919  II* 1876 aka Hagg Bank Bridge
Wylam Forge 1155062 II    
Wylam Hall 1044924  II*    
Wylam Hills Farmhouse 1044960 II    
Wylam Old Vicarage 1044961 II    
Wylam Signal Box 1155046 II C19th Overhead Signal Box
Wylam Station and Station-Master's House 1370462  II* 1835  
Wylam War Memorial 1442824 II 1923  

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.

George Stephenson's Birthplace
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George Stephenson's Birthplace
- Overview Map The humble birthplace of great railway pioneer, George Stephenson, whose entire family lived in just one room. The cottage is located about half a mile from Wylam and is ...
Hagg Bank Bridge
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Hagg Bank Bridge
- Overview About West Wylam Bridge Map West Wylam Bridge (also known as Hagg Bank Bridge and Points Bridge) is a footbridge over the River Tyne to the south-west of Wylam. ...
Wylam Station
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Wylam Station
- Overview About Wylam Station Map Street View Wylam Station was built in 1835 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. It is one of the earliest stations in the world still ...
Signal Box
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Signal Box
- Overview Map Street View The overhead signal box on the west side of Wylam Station was built in the late 19th century by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This, and ...
Footbridge, Wylam Station
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Footbridge, Wylam Station
- Overview Map Street View The cast-iron footbridge over the railway line at Wylam Station was built in the late 19th century. The footbridge is Grade II listed.
Church of St. Oswin
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Church of St. Oswin
- Overview Map Street View St. Oswin's is the parish church in Wylam. The church was built in 1886 by R.J. Johnson, paid for by the Hedley family. Prior to this villagers ...
Lychgate, St Oswin's Church
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Lychgate, St Oswin's Church
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War Memorial
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War Memorial
- The war memorial at Wylam was unveiled on the 10th March 1923 by C.J.W. Blackett and dedicated by Rev. H.H. Barff.[1] The memorial commemorates 42 local servicemen who lost their ...

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