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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Corbridge Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Corbridge, 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
12-16, Front Street 1044780 II    
14,16, Hill Street 1303539 II    
28-34, Hill Street 1154995 II    
3, St Helens Street 1155324 II    
4-6, Watling Street 1044763 II    
5 and 7, Princes Street 1044758 II    
8,10, Front Street 1154985 II    
9, Market Place 1370574 II    
Aydon Castle Main Buildings and Courtyard Walls 1303707  I C13th Aydon . Scheduled Monument(1011645)
Aydon House 1154726 II   Aydon
Aydon North Farmhouse 1303717 II   Aydon
Aydon South Farmhouse 1370526 II   Aydon
Black Bull Inn 1044753 II 1765  
Black House Crafts 1155537 II    
Boundary Walls to North and North-West of Parish Hall 1370541 II    
Bridge Bank Cottage and Adjacent Workshop to North 1044809 II    
Bridge on Old Road over Cor Burn 1303704 II C18th  
Bridge over the Devils Water 1370545 II 1788 Dilston
Cartshed and Privy to East of Farnley Farmhouse 1044778 II    
Dilston Chapel 1303600  I C17th Dilston . Scheduled Monument(1006591)
Chapel Cottage 1154881 II    
Church of St Andrew 1303508  I C7th Corbridge
Churchyard Wall with Hearse House and Entrance Gateway 1155512 II C18th Corbridge. Wall includes the 'King's Oven'
Coachhouse to East of Dilston New Town Farmhouse 1370548 II    
Corbridge Bridge (Tyne Bridge) 1044808  I 1674 Scheduled Monument(1006574)
Corbridge House 1155054 II    
Corbridge Mill, Mill House and Adjacent Byre 1044811 II c1800  
Corbridge War Memorial 1436760 II    
Cottage Occupied by Miss Smith, with Adjacent Stable Block 1155009 II    
Croft House 1044806 II    
Cross House East and Cross House West 1303416 II    
Dilston Castle 1044775  I C15th Dilston. Tower house. Scheduled Monument(1006590)
Dilston Crossing House with Attached Outbuilding to West 1044773 II   Dilston
Dilston Haugh Farmhouse 1370546 II   Dilston
Dilston New Town Farmhouse with Adjacent Walls and Outbuilding to West 1044774 II   Dilston
Earls Bridge over Devils Water, 150 Metres North-West of Dilston Hall 1044777 II C17th Dilston
East Portal of Farnley Scar Tunnel 1370551 II    
Farm Buildings to North and West of Farnley Farmhouse 1154898 II    
Farm Buildings West of Dilston Haugh Farmhouse 1044772 II    
Farmbuildings North-East of Aydon North Farmhouse 1044804 II    
Farnley Farmhouse 1303609 II    
Farnley Gate Cottage 1154912 II    
Fawcet Headstone One Metre West of South Transept of Church of St Andrew 1044789 II    
Forecourt Wall and Gate Piers to Low Hall 1155036 II    
Forecourt Walls and Attached Outbuilding to North of Orchard Vale 1303367 II    
Forecourt Walls and Gatepiers to Cross House East and Cross House West 1044759 II    
Garden House with Attached Garden Walls 40 Metres South-East of White House Farmhouse 1044765 II    
Garden Wall to East of Bridge Bank Cottage 1154756 II    
Garden Walls and Gate Piers to South and West of North Farmhouse 1303683 II    
Garden Walls, Gate Piers and Privy to South and West of Aydon South Farmhouse 1303687 II    
Gatepiers to Dilston Hall 1303606 II    
Glenthorne 1044785 II    
Ha-Ha Wall and Attached Garden Wall to South of Corbridge Mill and Mill House 1044770 II    
Hay Barn at Rear of Outbuilding to East of Aydon North Farmhouse 1303678 II    
Heron House 1044781 II    
Hydrant and Trough 15 Metres West of Wheatsheaf Public House 1044762 II C19th Stagshaw Road, Corbridge
Hydrants and Trough at Junction with Orchard Crescent 1370540 II    
Limekiln on West Side of Road 190 Metres South of Thornborough Kiln House 1370543 II    
Linnels Bridge 1303209 II 1698 Linnels. Scheduled Monument(1003703)
Little Whittington Farmhouse 1044782 II    
Lloyds Bank 1044754 II    
Low Hall with Pele Tower 1044784  I C13th  
Lumley Headstone 5 Metres SE of Chancel of Church of St Andrew 1044790 II    
Lumley Memorial 8 Metres East of Chancel of Church of St Andrew 1370572 II    
Lych Gate to Churchyard 1044788 II 1920 War Memorial. Corbridge
Main Group of Farmbuildings, to North-West of Thornbrough High Barns Farmhouse 1155478 II    
Market Cross 1155090 II 1814 Corbridge
Market Place Chapel and Area Railings 1044751 II 1867 Corbridge
Milestone 440 Metres East of Portgate Roundabout 1303661 II    
Milestone at NY98486585 1370524 II    
Monksholme 1370555 II    
Noble Headstone 3 Metres South of Chancel of Church of St Andrew 1155140 II    
Norma James Dress Shop and Attached Cottage to Rear 1044752 II    
Old Market Cross Set Against Churchyard Wall 2 Metres East of Vicars Pele 1370573 II C13th  
Old Prior Manor and Prior Manor Cottage 1303394 II    
Old Stable 20 Metres South-East of White House Farmhouse 1155550 II    
Old Station Building 1044802 II C19th Corbridge Station
Orchard Vale and Orchard Vale Cottage 1044761 II    
Outbuilding 10 Metres North of Dilston Haugh Farmhouse 1370547 II    
Outbuilding to East of Aydon North Farmhouse 1370525 II    
Outer Bailey Walls and Attached Farmbuildings 1044803  I C14th Aydon Castle
Panache Restaurant 1154989 II    
Pant 1044787 II 1815 Main Street, Corbridge
Pant in Front of No 5 1155073 II    
Portgate House 1044756 II    
Premises Occupied by Smiths Gore and Christies Limited 1303552 II    
Princes Street 1155308 II    
Pump and Trough at End of Little Whittington Farmhouse 1044783 II    
Range of Farmbuildings 20 Metres North-East of Portgate House 1155292 II    
Range of Farmbuildings 60 Metres East of Portgate House 1370577 II    
Remains of Old Bridge on West Bank of Devils Water 120 Metres South of A695 1044771 II    
Retaining Wall at Head of Valley Side, 50 Metres North-East of Dilston Castle 1044776 II    
Riverside Hotel 1044786 II    
Roadside spring 500 metres south of Holly Bush Sawmill 1154730 II    
Shawwell Farmhouse 1155335 II    
South House, North House and the Old Vicarage Flat 1370527 II    
Spout Well 1154752 II C18th Spoutwell Lane, Corbridge
St Andrews Cottage 1370553 II    
Stable Cottage 1044805 II    
Stable/Dovecote 60 Metres South of Ravenstone 1303544 II    
Sundial in Garden 16 Metres East of Shildon Farmhouse 1044760 II    
Sydgate House 1370575 II    
The Angel Inn 1370554 II C17th  
The Forge 1303669 II    
The Forge House 1044810 II    
The Golden Lion Public House 1370552 II C18th Hill Street, Corbridge
Thornborough Farmhouse and Attached Garden Wall to South-West 1303341 II    
Town Farmhouse and Garage to West 1370542 II    
Town Hall with Shops 1044757 II 1887  
Vicars Pele 1044750  I c.1318 In churchyard of St Andrew's, Corbridge. Scheduled Monument(1006604)
Walkers Pottery Downdraught Kiln with Adjacent Chimney 1044755 II    
Walkers Pottery Newcastle Kilns with Attached Buildings 1155244 II    
Walkers Pottery West Bottle Kiln 1370576  II*    
Walkers Pottery: East Bottle Kiln 1155212  II*    
Wall and Gateway Adjoining East End of Chapel 1370549 II    
Wellhead and Troughs 50 Metres North of Portgate House 1303410 II    
West Portal of Farnley Scar Tunnel 1044779 II    
Wheatsheaf Inn 1370544 II C18th St Helen's Street, Corbridge
White House Farmhouse 1044764 II    
Whittingham Fell 1044807 II    
Wilson Tomb 3 Metres East of Church of St Andrew 1044749 II    
Yard Walls and Outbuildings to North of Farnley Farmhouse 1370550 II    
Hadrian's Wall and vallum between the track to Portgate Cottage and the field boundary east of milecastle 24 in wall miles 22 and 23 1010626 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
Walker's Pottery 1006441 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Corbridge (Corstopitum) Roman station 1006611 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
Romano-British farmstead, 900m north east of Thornborough High Barns 1017723 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Haltonchesters Roman fort, settlement and Hadrian's Wall and vallum between the field boundary east of Haltonchesters fort and the Fence Burn in wall mile 21 1010624 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall and vallum between the Fence Burn and the track to Portgate Cottage in wall miles 21 and 22 1010625 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
Three temporary camps at Farnley Grange 1009156 n/a Roman 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.

Aydon Castle
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Aydon Castle
- Overview About Aydon Castle Map Street View Aydon Castle is a 13th century English manor house, located one mile from Corbridge. The house was heavily fortified on the outbreak of ...
Dilston Castle
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Dilston Castle
- Overview About Dilston Castle Map   Dilston Castle is a ruined 15th-century tower house situated at Dilston, near Corbridge, Northumberland, England. It has Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade I listed ...
Dilston Chapel
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Dilston Chapel
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Low Hall and Pele Tower
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Low Hall and Pele Tower
Church of St. Andrew
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Church of St. Andrew
- Overview Map Street View St Andrew's Church, located by the Market Place in Corbridge, dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. The building includes stone reused from the ...
Tyne Bridge
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Tyne Bridge
- Overview About Corbridge Bridge Map Street View The seven arched stone bridge over the River Tyne at Corbridge was completed in 1674. It replaced an earlier bridge of 1235 and ...
Vicar's Pele
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Vicar's Pele
- Overview Map Street View The Vicar's Pele (defensive tower) was built in the churchyard of St Andrew's Church, Corbridge, in c.1318.[1] The Pele incorporates reused Roman masonry and has a ...
Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
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Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
Earl's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
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Earl's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
Hearse House and King's Oven
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Hearse House and King's Oven
- Overview Map Street View The churchyard wall and hearse house at St Andrew's Church in Corbridge were built in the 18th century, incorporating stone from earlier structures. Adjacent to the hearse ...
Pant, Stagshaw Road
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Pant, Stagshaw Road
Linnels Bridge
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Linnels Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over Devil's Water in Linnels in Northumberland is thought to have been built in 1698.[1] It incorporate and inscribed tablet from an earlier bridge ...
Lych Gate and War Memorial, St Andrew's
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Lych Gate and War Memorial, St Andrew's
- Overview Map Street View The stone Lych Gate at St Andrew's Church, Corbridge, was built as a memorial iin commemoration of 108 local servicemen who lost their lives in the ...
Market Cross
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Market Cross
Old Market Cross
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Old Market Cross
Market Place Chapel
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Market Place Chapel
Old Bridge over Cor Burn
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Old Bridge over Cor Burn
Old Mill by Cor Burn
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Old Mill by Cor Burn
- Overview Map The old mill to the west of Corbridge dates from c.1800. It is located by Cor Burn, close to it's confluence with the River Tyne. The mill and mill ...
Old Station Building
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Old Station Building
Old Town Hall Buildings
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Old Town Hall Buildings
Pant, Main Street
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Pant, Main Street
Spout Well
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Spout Well
- An old well, from which Spoutwell Lane in Corbridge gets its name. Grade II listed.
The Angel Inn
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The Angel Inn
The Black Bull
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The Black Bull
The Golden Lion
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The Golden Lion
The Wheatsheaf Inn
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The Wheatsheaf Inn
Bottle kilns
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Bottle kilns
- Overview Map Street View Walker's Pottery on Milkwell Lane in Corbridge operated from the early 19th century until 1910. The pottery produced pipes, tiles and low-grade pottery for agricultural use, ...

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