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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stanwix Rural

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Stanwix Rural Civil Parish, Cumbria, 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
Rickerby Park 1448365 II c. 1835 Listed Park and Garden
Hadrian's Wall between Tarraby and Beech Grove, Knowefield in wall miles 64 and 65 1017946 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall and vallum between Birky Lane at Walby and the east side of the M6 in wall miles 62 and 63 1010980 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument, Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall between the M6 motorway and the property boundaries to the east of Houghton Road in wall mile 64 1017942 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall vallum between the M6 motorway and Drawdykes Castle in wall mile 64 1017943 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall vallum between Drawdykes Castle and Whiteclosegate in wall mile 64 1017944 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall between Houghton Road and Tarraby in wall mile 64 1017945 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Moss Side 1 and 2 Roman temporary camps 1010957 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
The Stanegate at Crosby Lodge 1007158 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Stanegate
A night dummy aerodrome control building, part of a World War II bombing decoy, 610m north east of Walby Cottage 1020277 n/a 1942 Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall vallum between the boundaries north of the properties on Whiteclosegate and the field boundary west of Wall Knowe in wall miles 64 and 65 1017947 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall and vallum between Baron's Dike and Birky Lane at Walby, in wall miles 60, 61 and 62. 1010979 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument. Hadrian's Wall
Barn View 1087701 II    
Barns and Former Cottage, East of Brunstock Farm 1107933 II    
Brunstock Cottage 1335525 II    
Brunstock Farmhouse and Barns 1087725 II    
Brunstock House 1087726  II*    
Church of St John 1119613 II    
Church of St John 1119626 II 1842 Houghton
Crosby House 1323749 II    
Crosby Lodge 1323750 II    
Crosby on Eden School 1335489 II    
Drawdykes Castle 1087728  II*    
East Lodge 1107942 II    
Eden Croft 1119586 II    
Eden Croft Barn 1432351 II    
Eden Grove 1087696 II    
Rickerby House 1335511 II 1835 Rickerby. Former Eden School
Eden Steads 1335490 II    
Fern Lea 1087736 II    
Garden Wall South of High Crosby Farmhouse 1335487 II    
Gate Piers to North of Crosby House 1087731 II    
High Crosby Farmhouse 1087729 II    
Houghton Hall 1323770 II    
Houghton House 1087734 II    
Houghton War Memorial 1457983 II 1922  
Ivy Cottage 1087699 II    
Knells House 1087732 II    
Knells Lodge 1087733 II    
Latchend and Cottage Adjoining 1335524 II    
Linstock Castle 1119608  II* C12th Linstock.  Tower house, now farmhouse.
Lodge at North East End of Brunstock Village 1335523 II    
Lodge, East of Mill House 1107887 II    
Milestone (North East of Crosby House) 1107876 II    
Milestone (North West of Oldgrove) 1087697 II    
Milestone (South West of Drawdykes Castle) 1323747 II    
Milestone to West of the Stag Inn 1087738 II    
Mill House 1335486 II    
Moor House 1087702 II    
Near Boot Inn 1087704 II    
Oak House 1335510 II    
Old Vicarage 1119642 II    
Oldgrove 1335507 II    
Roend 1087724 II    
South Garth 1087730 II    
Stable Block East of Eden School 1323114 II    
Stables West of Eden Steads 1335506 II    
Stag Inn 1323767 II    
Study Quiet 1087698 II    
Tarraby House and Barn 1335512 II    
The Beeches 1087703 II    
The Beeches 1120930 II    
The Chestnuts 1087723 II    
The Cottage 1087700 II    
The Croft with Adjoining Stable and Barn and Byre Wing 1087737 II    
The Grange 1107923 II    
The Lodge 1335488 II    
The Old Schoolhouse 1335509 II    
The Thorn 1120934 II    
Tower, North of Eden School (Rickerby Park Tower) 1335508 II 1835 Rickerby
Town Head Farmhouse 1087735 II    
Walby Farmhouse 1120935 II    
Walls, Gates and Gate Piers to Brunstock House 1087727 II    
Walls, Railings, Gates and Gate Piers to West of Knells Lodge 1119655 II    
West Lodge 1325203 II    

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.

Rickerby House
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Rickerby House
- Rickerby House was built c.1835 for George Head Head (c.1795 - 1876), banker, mine owner and High Sheriff of Cumberland. Landscaped gardens were laid out around the house. In 1922 much ...
Rickerby Park Tower
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Rickerby Park Tower
- A folly, and possibly a dovecote built c.1835, for George Head Head, in the grounds of Rickerby House.[1] The tower is Grade II listed.
Linstock Castle
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Linstock Castle
- Linstock Castle is a farmhouse in Linstock, Cumbria, originally built as a tower house in the 12th or early 13th century. The tower has large blocks of red sandstone, mostly ...
Rickerby Park
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Rickerby Park
- Overview About Rickerby Park Map Street View   Rickerby Park is a public open space in Carlisle, Cumbria on the banks of the River Eden. The parkland is dotted with ...
Church of St John, Houghton
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Church of St John, Houghton
War Memorial, Houghton
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War Memorial, Houghton
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Houghton is located in the churchyard of St John's Church. The memorial was unveiled in April 1922 and is inscribed with the ...


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