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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cramlington

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Cramlington, 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
Arcot Hall Golf Club Attached Walls and Outbuilding 1041350 II    
Church of St John the Baptist 1041351 II 1906 Annitsford
Church of St Nicholas 1371416 II 1868 Cramlington. by Austin and Johnson
Cramlington Hall 1041355 II C18th Cramlington
Damdykes Farmhouse 1303647 II    
Dovecote 50 Metres North West of Plessey North Moor Farmhouse 1154566 II    
East Hartford Farmhouse with Adjacent Outbuilding to East 1154808 II C17th East Hartford
Farmbuildings to North and West of Damdykes Farmhouse 1371417 II    
Garden Walls to South of Middle Farmhouse 1303642 II    
Gray Tomb 13 Metres South of Church of St Nicholas 1041353 II    
Hartford Bridge, over the River Blyth 1041419 II C16th Widened in 1904. Partly in West Bedlington CP.
Main Farmbuilding Group to East of West Hartford Farmhouse 1371414 II 1861 West Hartford. Formerly part of Blagdon Estate
Middle Farmhouse 1041352 II    
Old Windmill 700 Metres South West of Plessey Checks Roundabout 1041378 II    
Outbuilding Range to East of Arcot Hall Golf Club 1303659 II    
Outbuilding with Attached Wall to North West of Blagdon Arms 1303640 II    
Pair of Table Tombs 7 Metres South of Church of St Nicholas 1154798 II    
Plessey Hall 1154600 II    
Plessey Mill House and Adjacent Outbuildings 1371388 II C18th  
Plessey Mill, Adjoining Plessey Mill House 1154608 II    
Shelter Shed to South of Main Farmbuilding Group, to East of West Hartford Farmhouse 1154723 II   West Hartford
The Blagdon Arms 1371415 II   Cramlington
Walls, Rails and Gate to South of Damdykes Farmhouse 1041354 II    
War Memorial in Village Square 1303677 II c.1919 Cramlington

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 Nicholas
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Church of St Nicholas
- Overview Map Street View St Nicholas' is the parish church of Cramlington.It was built in 1868 by Austin and Johnson, adapted from earlier design by John Dobson.[1] The church is …
War Memorial
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War Memorial
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Hartford Bridge (bridge)
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Hartford Bridge (bridge)
- Overview Map Street View Hartford Bridge carries the A192 road over the River Blyth at Hartford, north of Cramlington. There was once a ford to cross the river near here, which …
Church of St. John the Baptist, Annitsford
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Church of St. John the Baptist, Annitsford
- Overview Map Street View "The mission at Annitsford was founded in 1863. Previously, the area had been served from Cowpen & by the Dominican fathers from Newcastle in hired rooms …


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