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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Corsenside Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Corsenside 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
Bastle 600 Yards North-North-East of Low Leam Farm 1044976 II    
Bastle House Attached to Brig Farmhouse 1044972 II    
Bay Horse Inn 1044974 II    
Broadgate 1303957 II    
Chairford Bridge 1370446 II    
Cherry Trees 1370448 II    
Church of All Saints 1304019 II 1906 West Woodburn. By Hicks and Charlewood.
Church of St Cuthbert 1370445 II C12th Corsenside
Corsenside 1153920 II 1686 Corsenside. Farmhouse
Corsenside Parish War Memorial, West Woodburn 1441618 II    
Farmbuildings 20 Yards South-East of Townfoot Farmhouse 1370447 II    
Farmbuildings East of the Crag Farmhouse 1044975 II    
Farmbuildings to North and West of High Leam Farmhouse 1303926 II    
Farmbuildings to North of Low Leam Farmhouse 1303937 II    
Furnace House at Ridsdale Iron Works 1304070 II 1836 Corsenside
Harewalls 1154021 II    
High Leam Farmhouse 1044977 II    
Low Park 1154191 II    
Low Park 1370449 II    
Middle Woodburn House 1303989 II    
The Crag Farmhouse and Attached Farmbuilding 1154147 II    
The Old Farmhouse C50 Yards East of Coldtown Farmhouse 1153976 II    
Townfoot Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings and Cottages 1044973 II    
West Woodburn Bridge 1044971 II    
'Robin of Risingham' Roman Rock Carving 1012133 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
Ridsdale ironworks 1006420 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman temporary camp, 350m south-west of Fourlaws 1007522 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn, 580m north of Woodhouse 1007523 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bell Knowe round cairn, 200m north east of The Cragg 1008268 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bastle at Low Leam Farm 1008269 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Low Cleughs Bastle, 580m NNE of Low Leam Farm 1008270 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval cross, 150m west of Woodburnhill Farm 1008423 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Fishponds, 200m south west of Townfoot Farm 1008428 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Habitancum Roman fort and medieval settlement 1008561 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.

Church of St Cuthbert, Corsenside
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Church of St Cuthbert, Corsenside
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Corsenside (farm house)
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Corsenside (farm house)
- Overview Map Street View The stone house at Corsenside is dated 1686 above the door, with later alterations and extensions. The building forms part of the farmstead, which along with the ...
Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
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Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
- Overview Map Street View The remains of Ridsdale Iron Works are to the north of Ridsdale in Northumberland. Established in 1836, the works consisted of 3 furnaces, an engine house, coke ...
Church of All Saints, West Woodburn
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Church of All Saints, West Woodburn
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Habitancum Roman Fort
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Habitancum Roman Fort
- Overview About Habitancum Habitancum was an ancient Roman fort (castra) located at Risingham, Northumberland, England. The fort was one of the defensive structures built along Dere Street, a Roman road ...
Robin of Risingham
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Robin of Risingham
- "Robin of Risingham" is a Roman rock carving located between Ridsdale and West Woodburn, and about ½ mile south-east of Habitancum Roman Fort. The carving of a figure holding a ...


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