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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Seaham
Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Seaham, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.
|Nos. 1,2,3 and 4, Bath Terrace||1232035||II|
|Church of St Hild and St Helen||1232269||II||1912||Dawdon|
|Church of St John the Evangelist||1277262||II||1840|
|Church of St Mary||1232116||I||C8th|
|Church of St Mary Magdalen||1431022||II||1907||RC|
|Dalden Tower||1232268||II*||C16th||Scheduled Ancient Monument (1020292)|
|House, Former Londonderry (Seaham Dene) Railway Station||1277274||II|
|Ice House, 60 Metres South West of Road Bridge Crossing Ice House Dene||1277149||II|
|Inner North Dock Walls||1277116||II|
|Memorial to 1871 Colliery Disaster, in Garden of Rest, 20 Metres East of Christ Church||1232453||II|
|Memorial to 1880 Colliery Disater, in Garden of Rest, 12 Metres East of Christ Church||1232454||II|
|North and South Inner Piers Adjoining to East of Inner North Dock||1232439||II|
|Police Station (now Marquis Point)||1232270||II||1860||Former Police Station, built as Londonderry offices.|
|Seaham Hall Hotel||1221665||II||1792|
|Seaham War Memorial||1439974||II||1922||By Terrace Green|
|Statue of the 6th Marquess of Londonderry in Front of Police Station||1277150||II||1915|
|Stone Coffin 2 Metres South of South Chancel Wall of Church of St Mary||1232036||II|
|The Londonderry Institute and Forecourt Wall||1232455||II*||1855||Former Literary and Scientific Institute.|
|War Memorial in New Seaham Welfare Park||1232271||II||1923|
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.
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