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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Broomhaugh & Riding

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Broomhaugh & Riding 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 100 Metres South-East of High Shilford Farmhouse 1154738 II    
Boundary Stone on East of Wood 7 Metres South of Drive to the Glebe 1303836 II    
Boundary Stone on North Side of Footpath 70 Metres East of Whiteside Cottage 1045395 II    
Boundary Stone on North Side of Road at NGR NZ 01365977 1045365 II    
Boundary Stone on South Side of Fence at NGR NY 00155987 1045338 II    
Boundary Stone on South Side of Fence at NGR NZ 00565940 1155196 II    
Boundary Stone on South Side of Wall 300 Metres North of Roe House 1045374 II    
Broomhaugh and Riding Mill War Memorial 1439634 II 1921 Riding Mill
Broomhaugh Farmhouse and Arch at South West Corner 1154378 II    
Church of St James 1370262 II 1858 Riding Mill
Drinking Fountain 60 Metres South-East of Church of St. James 1045398 II    
Footbridge Across Riding Mill Burn 40 Metres North of St. James' Church 1303834 II    
Forecourt Walls and Piers to Manor House 1045392 II    
Hollin Hill Cottage 1303866 II    
Hollin Hill Terrace 1045393 II    
House Adjoining Methodist Chapel 1154416 II    
Methodist Chapel 1045396 II    
Mrs Williams' Cottage 1154448 II    
Oaklands 1045394 II    
Range of Farm Buildings on North of Riding Farmhouse (q.v.) 1045391 II    
Riding Cottages 1303917 II    
Riding Cottages 1370261 II    
Riding Farmhouse 1154312 II    
Road Bridge over Railway 1154181 II    
Shepherds Dene 1390860 II 1906 Near Riding Mill
Stable End 1045397 II    
Station Footbridge at Riding Mill Station 1370263 II    
Stationmaster's House at Riding Mill Station 1154481 II    
The Dower House East and the Dower House West 1045390 II    
The Gashouse at Shepherds Dene 1390863 II    
The Lodge at Shepherds Dene 1390861 II    
The Manor House and Wall Attached to Rear 1154322 II    
The Riding 1303889 II    
Wellington Inn 1045389 II 1660 Riding Mill
West Cottage at Shepherds Dene 1390862 II    

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.

Church of St James
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Church of St James
- Overview Map Street View St James' is the parish church in Riding Mill, Northumberland. It was designed by Matthew Thompson of Newcastle and built on land gifted by Joseph Wilson. …
War Memorial
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War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial stands at the southern end of the cemetery in Riding Hill, Northumberland. The memorial, unveiled on the 21st May 1921, commemorates the 14 …
Shepherd's Dene
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Shepherd's Dene
- Overview Map Street View Shepherd's Dene is a house, now a retreat/conference centre, located by Ridingmill Burn, about half a mile east of Riding Mill. The house was built in …
Wellington Inn
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Wellington Inn
- Overview Map Street View The Wellington Inn is a public house in Riding Mill. It was originally built in 1660 as a house by Thomas Errington, postmaster of Newcastle - …


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