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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Dalton Town with Newton Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Dalton Town with Newton, 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
Nos. 1 and 2, Market Place 1197870 II    
No. 1, Skelgate 1291766 II    
No. 11, Market Place 1218334 II    
Nos. 148, 150 and 152, Market Street 1197843 II    
Nos. 16 and 16a, Tudor Square 1201051 II    
Nos. 16, 18 and 20, Market Street 1283054 II    
No. 16, Market Place 1218335 II    
No. 17, Market Place 1197872 II    
Nos. 18, 19 and 20 Tudor Square 1218992 II    
No. 18, Market Place 1218339 II    
Nos. 19, 19a and 19b, Market Place 1197873 II    
Nos. 2, 2a, and 4, Market Street 1197836 II    
No. 2, Skelgate 1201083 II    
Nos. 2-8, Ulverston Road 1282872 II    
Nos. 22, 24 and 26, Market Street 1292009 II    
No. 3, Market Street 1197837 II    
No. 33, Market Street 1197839 II    
No. 4, Market Place 1218304 II    
No. 44, Market Street 1291974 II    
No. 46, Market Street 1197840 II    
Nos. 47, 49 and 51, Market Street 1218397 II    
No. 54, Market Street 1218403 II    
Ashburner House at Dowdales School 1218468 II    
Attached Outbuildings to Number 15 1283030 II    
Bank House 1197886 II    
Barns and Cow House to South of Farmyard at Elliscale Farm 1283011 II    
Beckside Conservative Club 1282851 II    
Castle View 1197871 II    
Chappells Tavern 1197884 II    
Church of St Mary 1209758  II* 1885  
Cornerstone House 1292507 II    
Dalton Castle 1218342  I C14th A National Trust property. Scheduled Monument (1020457)
Dalton Cemetery, Northernmost Chapel 1197883 II    
Dalton House 1218855 II    
Dalton Public Library 1218473 II 1903 Dalton, Nelson Street. Former library building.
Drinking Fountain 1197833 II    
Elliscale Farmhouse 1209542 II    
Empire House 1197841 II    
Former Local Board Offices 1218867 II    
Former Weslyan Sunday School 1209735 II    
Garden Wall to South and West of Elliscale Farmhouse Including Farm Building Attached to South West 1283031 II    
Gate Piers and Attached Wing Walls at South Entrance to Gardens of Tytup Hall 1283008 II    
Gate Piers at North Entrance to Gardens of Tytup Hall 1208923 II    
Gravestone to George Romney Approximately 12 Metres South of Church of St Mary 1209782 II    
Hill Rise 1283052 II    
Lime Kiln at Ngr 2321 7468 1197882 II    
Market Cross and Stone Benches 1197834 II    
Mill Brow Lodge 1197877 II    
Natwest Bank and Bank Chambers 1197842 II    
North Lodge to Abbotswood (Not Included), with Attached Gatehouse and Wing Walls 1283034 II    
Number 19 with Attached Barn and Front Garden Wall 1292008 II    
Number 2 Part 1292501 II    
Number 6 with Attached Front Garden Wall 1292014 II    
Number 96 and Front Garden Wall 1218408 II    
Numbers 2,3 and 4 and Attached Stable 1292062 II    
Oakdene 1283029 II    
Outbuildings to Rear of Former Local Board Offices 1201085 II    
Pinfold 1197861 II    
Red Lion Hotel 1283053 II    
Retaining Wall to Front Gardens of Tytup Hall 1208929 II    
Rose Cottage 1209751 II    
Seventh Day Adventist Church with Attached Railings 1201052 II    
St Mary's Cottage 1197885 II    
The Cavendish Arms Public House 1283051 II    
The Clarence Inn 1219003 II    
The Peathouse at Tytup Hall 1197904 II    
The Vicarage, Vicarage Cottage and Attcached Front Garden Wall 1197835 II    
The White Horse Public House 1197838 II    
Tytup Hall 1208891  II* c.1710  
War Memorial 1218879 II 1922  

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.

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War Memorial


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