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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brandon and Byshottles

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Brandon and Byshottles Civil Parish, County Durham, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Locality Note
Barn Adjoining Rear of Left Wing of Littleburn Farmhouse 1120705 II C17th Meadowfield  
Barn and Gin-Gang, 30 Metres West of West Brandon Old Farmhouse 1323242 II C19th West Brandon   
Barn, 20 Metres South of Relly Mill House 1120702 II C19th near Langley Moor  
Baxter Wood Farmhouse 1323207 II C17th near Broom Park  
Brandon War Memorial 1433740 II 1921 Brandon  
Broom Farmhouse and Outbuildings to Right 1120703 II C18th Broom Park  
Burn Hall 1001310 II   near Meadowfield Park
Conduit House, 20 Metres South-East of Baxter Wood Farmhouse 1120707 II C19th near Broom Park  
Esh Winning Miners' Memorial Hall 1120700 II 1928 Esh Winning  
Farmbuildings Adjoining to North West of Baxter Wood Farmhouse 1311148 II C19th near Broom Park  
Flass Hall 1323204 II C17th near Esh Winning  
Garden Wall and Gate Piers, Adjoining Right Return of Littleburn Farmhouse 1159112 II C19th Meadowfield  
Gate Piers, 15 Metres South of Langley Old Hall 1159116 II C18th Langley Moor  
High Waterhouse Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding 1323206 II C18th Waterhouses  
Langley Old Hall 1120706 II C18th Langley Moor  
Littleburn Farmhouse 1159109  II* C17th Meadowfield  
New Brancepeth War Memorial 1439580 II 1923 New Brancepeth Listed in 2016
New Ivesley Farmhouse, Adjoining Byre and Stables 1120704 II C18th near Waterhouses  
Relley Mill House 1120701 II C19th near Broompark  
Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs and attached presbytery 1431021 II 1883 Esh Winning  
Sunderland Bridge 1311172  I C14th   Part of the bridge is in this parish.
West Broom House 1323205 II C18th Broom Park  
Hedleyhill Colliery coke works, 500m south west of Hazlet House 1018230 n/a C19th   Scheduled Monument
Sunderland Bridge, near Croxdale 1002358 n/a C14th   Scheduled Monument

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.

Sunderland Bridge (bridge)
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Sunderland Bridge (bridge)
- Overview Map Street View This stone bridge across the River Wear near the village of Sunderland Bridge, Croxdale, dates from the 14th Century. The bridge has undergone several modifications, with …
RC Church of Our Lady, Esh Winning
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RC Church of Our Lady, Esh Winning
- The Church of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs is a Roman Catholic church located in Esh Winning, County Durham. The Gothic Revival style church was built in 1883 by William …
Brandon War Memorial
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Brandon War Memorial
- Brandon Village © Dave Webster (WMR-10227)
Flass Hall, Esh Winning
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Flass Hall, Esh Winning
- Overview Map Flass Hall, on Flasshall Lane in Esh Winning dates from the early 16th century. It was once the home of the agent who looked after the ancient Esh Estate. There …
War Memorial, New Brancepeth
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War Memorial, New Brancepeth
- The war memorial in New Brancepeth is located outside the Village Hall on Rock Terrace. It was unveiled on the 6th of July 1923 by Colonel J.R. Ritson OBE and …


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