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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cartington Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Cartington 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 250 Metres West of Sheepfold by Forster's Shaw Sike 1153330 II    
Boundary Stone 350 Metres East of Sheepfold by Forster's Shaw Sike 1042040 II    
Boundary Stone on North of Debdon Track 210 Metres from Road 1042069 II    
Boundary Stone on North of Debdon Track 80 Metres from Road 1042068 II    
Boundary Stones to South of Hard Heugh Crag 1042038 II    
Burnfoot Power House, 70 Metres North of Burnfoot Lodge 1042071  II*    
Cragside (house) 1042076  I 1864 Now a National Trust property.
Cragside Visitor Centre 1042034 II 1864 Former stables
Debdon Sawmill and Attached Wall to South West 1371031  II*    
Hydraulic Silo Building 70 Metres East of Cragend Farmhouse 1153196  II*    
Marker Stone 90 Metres South of Bridge over Debdon Burn 1042067 II    
Pill Box at NU 067005 1372337 II    
Row of 3 Boundary Stones South of Debdon Whitefield 1042036 II    
Row of 5 Boundary Stones 1042074 II    
Ruins of Cartington Castle 1042073  I C15th  
Stone Bridge Across the Debdon Burn 220 Metres South West of Cragside 1371052 II C19th  
Stone on North Side of Old Road, 30 Meres North East of Present Bridge over Whitton Burn 1042070 II    
Tumbleton Boat House 1371053 II    
Tumbleton Ram House on West of Debdon Burn at Foot of Tumbelton Dam 1042035 II 1866 Pumphouse on the Cragside estate
Whittle Farmhouse 1371057 II    
Cragside (grounds) 1001046  I C19th Listed park and garden. Parts in Rothbury, Cartington, and Ford CPs.
Cairn 1110m north-east of Cartington Castle 1008690 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 1150m north-east of Cartington Castle 1008689 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 1250m north-east of Cartington Castle 1008691 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cartington Castle at Cartington Farm 1011611 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Camp 1/2 mile (800m) SE of Wagtail Farm 1002909 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 600m west-south-west of Debdon Farm 1008696 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairnfield on Whitefield Edge, 900m south-west of Debdon Whitefield 1008879 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 610m east of Glitteringstone 1011631 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn 500m west of Debdon Farm 1011632 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Unenclosed stone hut circle settlement, cairn fields and a rectangular enclosure 1km south-west of Debdon Whitefield 1011633 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairnfield, standing stone and cup marked rock on Debdon Moor 500m south-west of Primrose Cottage 1011634 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

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.

Cartington Castle
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Cartington Castle
- Overview About Cartington Castle Map The castle's location is near Spout Burn, for its supply of fesh water, and has a commanding view of the Debdon pass over the Rothbury …
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- Overview About Cragside Map Street View Cragside was the country house and estate of industrialist Lord William Armstrong and Lady Margaret Armstrong. It was the first house in the world …
Cragside Visitor Centre (former stables)
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Cragside Visitor Centre (former stables)
Stone Footbridge over Debdon Burn
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Stone Footbridge over Debdon Burn
- This stone humped bridge crosses the Debdon Burn on the Cragside estate, south of the Iron Bridge. It was built in the late 19th century for Lord Armstrong. It is …
Pumphouse by Tumbleton Dam
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Pumphouse by Tumbleton Dam
- The hydraulic ram pumped water up to a reservoir above Cragside House, which provided its domestic water supply and powered the main lift and turbines operating kitchen and laundry equipment.[1]


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