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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Whitehaven


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Whitehaven, 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~ Notes
1, Hamilton Lane 1335962 II    
1, Lowther Street 1086759 II    
1,2, Foxhouses Road 1279704 II    
1,2, Inkerman Terrace 1086753 II    
1,2, King Street 1279718 II    
1-10, Oak Bank 1336011 II    
1-16, Church Street 1086809 II    
1-3, Retreat 1336014 II    
1-3, Scotch Street 1335978 II    
1-3, Victoria Terrace 1336004 II    
1-4, Front Corkickle 1335959 II    
1-6, Hamilton Terrace 1335980 II    
10, College Street 1086769 II    
10, Foxhouses Road 1207556 II    
11, Cross Street 1086770 II    
11, Howgill Street 1086749 II    
11-16, Foxhouses Road 1086784 II    
112, Scotch Street 1247786 II    
113, Scotch Street 1247787 II    
12, Cross Street 1335993 II    
12, Front Corkickle 1086788 II    
12, Howgill Street 1086750 II    
13,14, Inkerman Terrace 1086754 II    
132, Queen Street 1336012 II    
14, Scotch Street 1335979  II*    
14,15, Howgill Street 1086751 II    
140, Queen Street 1086736 II    
15,16, Catherine Street 1086807 II    
15,16, Inkerman Terrace 1086755 II    
15-19, Front Corkickle 1279618 II    
150, Queen Street 1336013 II    
152-155, Queen Street 1208032 II    
16,17, Queen Street 1086729 II    
17, Irish Street 1086757 II    
17,18, Foxhouses Road 1335958 II    
17,18, Howgill Street 1086752 II    
17,18, Inkerman Terrace 1086756 II    
18, Irish Street 1279555 II    
19,20, Roper Street 1336015 II    
19,20,20a, Foxhouses Road 1207576 II    
1a,1,2,3,4,4a, Cross Street 1335992 II    
21,22, Roper Street 1293339 II    
22,23, Foxhouses Road 1086785 II    
22-24, Lowther Street 1086760 II    
23,24, Roper Street 1086739 II    
25, Lowther Street 1207843 II    
25, Roper Street 1086740 II    
26, Lowther Street 1086761 II    
28, Roper Street 1208082 II    
29, Roper Street 1336016 II    
3, Foxhouses Road 1086782 II    
30, Roper Street 1086741 II    
30-34, Church Street 1038324 II    
31a,31b, Scotch Street 1208127 II    
32-35, Scotch Street 1086745 II    
35, Queen Street 1086732 II    
35, Tangier Street 1247814 II    
36-38, Roper Street 1208088 II    
37, Lowther Street 1086762 II    
37-41, Rudds Court, Roper Street 1247790 II    
38, Lowther Street 1207853 II    
38-48, Main Street 1207873 II    
39-42, Lowther Street 1335987 II    
4,5, Duke Street 1086771 II    
4,5, Foxhouses Road 1207526 II    
4,5, Irish Street 1207813 II    
4-8, Garden Villas 1335961 II    
4-8, Scotch Street 1086744 II    
41-43, Irish Street 1279559 II    
43, Queen Street 1086733 II    
43,44, Duke Street 1086774 II    
44,45, Roper Street 1336017  II*    
44-47, Lowther Street 1086763 II    
46,47,48,49,49a, Roper Street 1208097 II    
46-50, Duke Street 1086775 II    
49, Church Street 1086810 II    
5,6, Front Corkickle 1086786 II    
50, Church Street 1038305 II    
51, Roper Street 1086742 II    
51-53, Church Street 1335971 II    
52, Roper Street 1376821 II    
53, Duke Street 1086777 II    
54,55, Duke Street 1086778 II    
54-57, Church Street 1086811 II    
55, Roper Street 1247789 II    
57,58, Roper Street 1086743 II    
6,7, Foxhouses Road 1086783 II    
7, Front Corkickle 1366075 II    
7, Irish Street 1335983 II    
7, West View 1336006 II    
7-17, Lowther Street 1335985 II    
7-19, Lonsdale Place 1207826 II    
70, George Street 1086789 II    
71,72, George Street 1207711 II    
73, George Street 1086790 II    
75-77, Lowther Street 1207864 II    
78,79, Lowther Street 1086765 II    
8, Front Corkickle 1086787 II    
8,9, Foxhouses Road 1335997 II    
80, Lowther Street 1279543 II    
81-83, Lowther Street 1335989 II    
81-87, Main Street 1335990 II    
83,84,85,86a,86b,86c,87, George Street 1207716 II    
84-95, Scotch Street 1086746 II    
88, Main Street 1086767 II    
89,90,92,93,94,95, Main Street 1279513 II    
9,10, Scotch Street 1208119 II    
9-11, Front Corkickle 1335960 II    
96,97, Duke Street 1335994 II    
96-99, Main Street 1086768 II    
9a, Coates Lane 1038310 II    
Air Shaft Cap to Former Railway Tunnel 1263937 II    
Air Shaft Cap to Former Railway Tunnel at Ngr 1247815 II    
Air Shaft Cap to Former Railway Tunnel at Ngr 1247816 II    
Air Shaft Cap to Former Railway Tunnel at Ngr 1247863 II    
Air Shaft Cap to Former Railway Tunnel at Ngr 1263939 II    
Area Railings, Wall and Railings to Front, and Small Iron Gate at No8 1207695 II    
Barclays Bank 1335986 II    
Bonded Warehouse 1335969 II    
Catherine Mill 1038943  II*    
Central Hotel 1086780 II    
Chapel House 1086781 II    
Church of St Begh 1392021 II    
Church of St James the Greater 1086747  I 1753  
Clydesdale Bank 1086764 II    
Co-Operative Store 1086772 II    
Coach House Adjoining No 37 1086766 II    
College Chambers 1335991 II    
Columba Club 1207995 II    
Dobson and Musgrave Warehouse 1336005 II    
Engine Houses, Power Station and Pithead Gear at Haig Colliery 1263938 II    
Garden Wall and Urns in Front (West) of Nos 1 to 10 (Consecutive) (Oak Bank Terrace) 1086727 II    
Gate Piers at Church of Saint James 1335981 II    
Globe Hotel 1335995 II    
Golden Lion Hotel 1086725 II    
Greenbank Hotel 1293316 II    
Jonathan Swift House 1247785 II    
Marine Terrace 1086728 II    
Market Hall 1086724 II    
Masonic Hall 1086812 II    
Meadow House 1279650 II    
Methodist Church and Sunday School 1263963 II    
No 1 with Warehouse Attached to Rear 1247813 II    
No 10 (With Iron Railings to Front Door) 1335982 II    
No 151 (Including Area Railings) 1086737  II*    
No 54 with Properties to the Rear (Formerly Rudd's Court) 1263925 II    
No 56, with Outbuildings and Warehouse to Rear 1247788 II    
No. 10, ROPER STREET 1086738 II    
No. 13, WEST STRAND 1086719 II    
No. 133, QUEEN STREET 1086735 II    
North Wall and Old North Wall (Enclosing North Harbour) 1038936 II    
Nos 1-11 (All with Iron Railings to Front Steps) 1086748 II    
Nos 19 and 20 (With Coach House Entrance and Area Railings) 1086758 II    
Old Custom House 1086718 II    
Old Fort 1335968 II    
Old New Quay 1374256 II    
Old Quay 1086804 II    
Old Quay Lighthouse 1086805 II 1730  
Pack Horse Public House 1279531 II    
Premises Occupied by Ymca 1335984 II    
Savings Bank 1335988 II    
Somerset House 1086776  II*    
Strand House 1279534 II    
The Kirk Mission Hall, Gatepiers and Attached Boundary Wall 1263964 II    
The St Nicholas Centre 1038534 II 1893 Tower of former church. Now Chapel, community centre and gardens.
The Watch House 1390499 II    
Town Hall 1086779 II    
Union Hall 1336003 II    
Wall Behind West Cumberland College of Science and Technology 1263962 II    
Waverley Hotel 1086716 II    
Wellington House 1086717 II    
West Pier 1335967 II    
West Pier Lighthouse 1086806 II 1839  
Whitehaven cenotaph 1454340 II    
Whitehaven Hospital or Infirmary 1335996 II    
Whittles Furniture Store 1086773 II    
Wulstan Hall 1207971 II    
Whitehaven Old Fort, an 18th century coastal battery overlooking Whitehaven Harbour and an associated lime kiln, 80m west of the southern end of Old Quay 1020460 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Old quay and old quay lighthouse 1004593 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Haig Colliery 1017644 n/a 1914 Scheduled Monument. Closed in 1986.
Barrowmouth gypsum and alabaster mine at Saltom Bay 1021106 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Duke Pit fan house 1016090 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Saltom coal pit 1017558 n/a 1729 Scheduled Monument. The first undersea coal mine in Cumbria

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.

Church of St James the Greater
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Church of St James the Greater
- Overview About St James' Church Map Street View St James' Church is located on High Street, with a commanding view down Queen's Street in Whitehaven. It was built from 1752 ...
Haig Colliery (1914 - 1986)
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Haig Colliery (1914 - 1986)
Saltom Pit
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Saltom Pit
- Saltom Pit was the first undersea coal mine in Cumbria, which operated between 1729-1848. The pit head was located on the Saltom Bay cliffs near Whitehaven.  The mines reached up to ...
St Nicholas' Tower and Gardens
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St Nicholas' Tower and Gardens
Old Quay Lighthouse, Whitehaven
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Old Quay Lighthouse, Whitehaven
West Pier Lighthouse, Whitehaven
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West Pier Lighthouse, Whitehaven

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