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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Adderstone with Lucker

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in the Civil Parish of Adderstone with Lucker, 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~ Note
Adderstone Hall 1370965  II* 1819 Adderstone
Bridge over Waren Burn Circa 50 Yards East of Station Cottages 1206343 II 1906 Lucker
Bridge over Waren Burn in Warenford 1042260 II C18th Warrenford
Church of St Hilda 1042263 II C18th Lucker
Garden Wall Attached to Rear of Adderstone Hall 1206331 II    
Garden Walls Gatepiers and Gates to South and South West of the Old Vicarage 1042265 II    
Gardeners Cottage Circa 300 Yards West of Twizell House 1206524 II    
Gatepiers and Screen Wall at Twizell North Lodge 1042261 II    
Henhouse and Pigsties Circa 30 Yards North of Hoppen Farmhouse 1206361 II    
Hoppen Farmhouse 1370966 II    
Limekiln Circa 3/4 Mile West of Adderstone Mains 1370963 II C19th Adderstone
Lucker Mill 1042264 II   Lucker
Lucker War Memorial 1438750 II 1920 Lucker
Milepost Circa 100 Yard South East of Twizell North Lodge 1206309 II    
Milepost Circa 100 Yards South of Junction with B6348 1042259 II    
Milepost Circa 200 Yards South of Newstead Road End 1206313 II    
Paddock Walls and Dovecote Circa 60 Yards North of Lucker Hall 1206473 II    
Rayheugh House 1206325 II    
Stable Block Circa 50 Yards North of Adderstone Hall 1042262 II    
The Old Vicarage 1206484 II    
The Pillars at Junction with B6348 1370964 II    
Twizell North Lodge 1206319 II C19th Twizell House
Walled Garden Circa 200 Yards West of Twizell House 1042266 II    
Rosebrough Moor round cairns 1002911 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roundabouts camp 1003656 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn cemetery, 820m south west of Stell Plantation 1006463 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Isabella's Mount camp 1006472 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended settlement, 1.05 km north west of North Farm 1006478 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Deserted village of Mousen 1006452 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.

Adderstone Hall
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Adderstone Hall
- Overview About Adderstone Hall Map Street View A large Georgian manor house in Adderstone Grange near Lucker in Northumberland. The house, on the site of a much older estate, was built in ...
Road Bridge, near Station Cottages
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Road Bridge, near Station Cottages
- Overview Map Street View The road bridge over Waren Burn, near Station Cottages, north-west of Lucker, was built in 1906. Built by by Ferro-Concrete Construction, it carries the B1341 road ...
Warenford Bridge
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Warenford Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over Waren Burn at Warenford in Northumberland was built in the late 18th or early 19th century and is Grade II listed.[1] The ...
Church of St. Hilda
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Church of St. Hilda
- Overview Map Street View Saint Hilda's is the parish church in Lucker, Northumberland. It was originally built in the late 18th century, with extensive rebuilding in 1874. The church is ...
Limekilns, Adderstone Mains
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Limekilns, Adderstone Mains
- Early 19th century Limekilns, west of Adderstone Mains.  Built of sandstone the limekiln has 3 large arched openings. It is a Grade II listed structure.
War Memorial
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War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Lucker is located in the centre of village at the junction opposite Church of St. Hilda. The stone cross is 7 ft ...


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