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Historic Buildings in Acklington Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Acklington Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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
1 2 and 4, Guyzance Village 1153753 II    
6, Guyzance Village 1371132 II    
7 and 8, Guyzance Village 1041889 II    
Acklington Church of England Controlled First School 1041915 II 1853 Former school (closed 2018).
Acklington Station 1371112 II 1847  
Brainshaugh (house) 1153504  II* C16th Brainshaugh
Bridge over Quarry Burn on Hall Drive 40 Metres East of West Lodge 1041928 II    
Bridge over River Coquet (factory Bridge) 1041925 II 1865 Brainshaugh
British Rail East Coast Main Line Viaduct 1155436 II    
Cartshed Granary at Bank House Farm with Attached Cottages to East 1041920 II    
Church of St John the Divine 1371111 II 1860 Acklington
Dairy at Bank House Farm to South East of Main Farmbuilding Complex 1041921 II    
Dam on River Coquet 350 Metres Upstream of Guyzance Bridge 1153600 II 1775 Acklington Park
Former Goods Shed to West of Acklington Station 1304321 II    
Game larder and walls to north and east of tennis court 1371114 II    
Garden Wall and Gate to North West of Hall 1153680 II    
Garden Walls to South East of Brainshaugh with Attached Privy 1041922 II    
Garden Walls to South of Hall 1041927 II    
Gatepiers and Quadrant Walls to the Old Vicarage 1041918 II    
Graveyard Wall Adjacent to Ruined Church or Chapel 1041923 II    
Guyzance Hall and East Wing Cottage 1304198 II c.1800 Guyzance. House, significantly extended in 1892
Guyzance Mill 1041924 II 1830s Guyzance
Loose Box at Bank House Farm 1153493 II    
Lych Gate to Church of St. John the Divine 1041919 II 1921 Acklington. War memorial.
Mill House with Barn to South 1153584 II    
Number 18 and Adjacent Old Smithy 1371108 II    
Number 5 and Former Joiners Shop on West 1371131 II    
Outbuilding Group to South of Numbers 7 and 8 1041890 II    
Outbuilding to North of Old Vicarage with Attached Yard Walls 1041917 II    
Outbuilding to South of East Wing Cottage 1371113 II    
Pant Opposite Old Vicarage 1041916 II C19th Acklington
Pump Opposite Number 1 1041891 II    
Roadside Walls on North Side of Street 1041888 II    
Roadside Walls on South of Street 1371133 II    
Ruins of Church or Chapel (Brainshaugh Priory) 1153531  II* C12th Brainshaugh Scheduled Monument(1006579)
School House 1371109 II    
The Dye House 1041926 II 1776 Acklington Park
The Old School 1371115 II    
The Old Vicarage 1371110 II    
Walls South East of Hall Attached Summerhouse and Gatehouse 1153717 II    
West Lodge 1304167 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 and Keys to the Past.

Brainshaugh
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Brainshaugh
- Overview Map Street View Brainshaugh is a hamlet located by the River Coquet, about half a mile south-west of Guyzance, in Northumberland. It takes its name from Brainshaugh, a 16/17th ...
Guyzance Mill
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Guyzance Mill
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Dam on the River Coquet
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Dam on the River Coquet
- Overview Map This horseshoe-shaped dam on the River Coquet was built in 1775 to provide water power for Park Mill ironworks. The mill and dam were designed by John Smeaton ...
Factory Bridge over River Coquet
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Factory Bridge over River Coquet
- Overview Map Street View This road bridge over the River Coquet was built in c.1865. It is known as Factory Bridge, presumably for the close proximity to the former mill/factory ...
Guyzance Hall
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Guyzance Hall
- Overview Map Guyzance Hall is located by the River Coquet, to the south-east of the village of Guyzance in Northumberland. In 1892, J.D. Milburn, who was an industrial entrepreneur and ship ...
Brainshaugh Priory
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Brainshaugh Priory
- The priory ruins are located by a tight bend in the River Coquet at Brainshaugh, near Guyzance, in Northumberland. It was originally St Wilfrid's Premonstratensian nunnery, founded 1147-52 AD, by Richard ...
Church of St John The Divine
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Church of St John The Divine
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church of St John the Divine in Acklington was built in 1860. It was designed by James Deason, for the Duke of Northumberland. The ...
Lych Gate, St John's Church
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Lych Gate, St John's Church
- Overview Map Street View The oak framed lych gate to St John the Divine's Church in Ackington was built to commemorate those in the parish who were lost in the ...
Acklington First School (1853 - 2018)
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Acklington First School (1853 - 2018)
- Overview Map Street View A National School was established in Acklington in 1853. This went on to be Acklington Church of England First School. The school was closed on the ...
Acklington Station
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Acklington Station
- Overview About Acklington Station Map Street View The railway station in Acklington is on the East Coast Main Line, situated between the stations at Widdrington and Alnmouth. The station, located ...
Pant, Main Street
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Pant, Main Street
- Overview Map Street View There is a 19th century pant (pump and trough) under a canopy in Acklington on Main Street, opposite the Old Vicarage. The pant is Grade II ...
The Dye House, Acklington Park
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The Dye House, Acklington Park
- Overview Map Street View Dye House is a residential building on the south banks of the River Coquet in Acklington Park, about a mile south of Guyzance. It was originally ...

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