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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Gateshead


This page includes historic buildings, monuments, parks and sites in the Borough of Gateshead, compiled from two sources: a) Listed buildings and scheduled monuments, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. b) the List of Buildings, Parks and Gardens of Special Local Architectural or Historic Interest ('Local List') from Gateshead Council.[2] Use the Search in the data table (below) if looking for a specific building / monument, or to filter on a particular area e.g. type: Birtley.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Ward Note
Wardley Moated Site 1017054 n/a Medieval   Wardley. Scheduled Monument. Visible earthworks
Saltwell Park 1001182 II 1850s Saltwell Saltwell. Listed Park and Garden
Bradley Park 1001179 II C18th Crawcrook & Greenside Listed Park and Garden
Site of Ravensworth coalmill, 600m north east of Ravensworth Castle 1015922 n/a C17th Lamesley Scheduled Monument.
Winlaton Mill ironworks, south east of Winlaton Mill village 1021272 n/a 1691 Winlaton & High Spen Scheduled Monument.
Washingwells Roman fort, Whickham 1018645 n/a Roman   Scheduled Monument.
Motte, 50m north of Holycross Church, Ryton 1018677 n/a     Scheduled Monument.
Whinfield coking ovens, 850m south east of Low Spen Farm 1018226 n/a C19th   Scheduled Monument.
Coal mining remains at Dunston Hill 1018227 n/a C18th   Scheduled Monument.
Enclosures near Damhead Wood, Whickham 1005913 n/a     Scheduled Monument.
Ditched enclosure S of North View, Coalburns 1005917 n/a     Scheduled Monument.
Bowes Railway 1003723 n/a C19th   Scheduled Monument.
Battle of Newburn Ford 1640 1000025 n/a 1640   Historic Battlefield. Ryton, Newburn
Birtley Cenotaph, memorial shelters, and garden wall including gate piers and railings. 1433563 II 1923 Birtley Birtley
Church of St John the Evangelist 1355096 II 1849 Birtley Birtley
Church of St Joseph including attached presbytery and stone wall to S and SW 1431020 II 1843 Birtley Birtley. By John Dobson.
Co-Operative Buildings 1025205 II   Birtley  
School House 1025204 II   Birtley  
Statue of EM Perkins at North End of Monument Terrace 1025203 II 1874 Birtley Birtley
Vigo and Garden Wall to West 1355097 II   Birtley  
Axwell Park and Steps and Balustrades to South 1025206  II* 1758 Blaydon Blaydon
Axwell Park Dower House 1184875  II*   Blaydon  
Blaydon West Infant School 1025209 II   Blaydon  
Blaydon West Junior School and Walls, Piers and Railings to East 1184770 II   Blaydon  
Bridge 280 Metres South of Axwell Park 1025208 II   Blaydon  
Church of St Cuthbert 1355120 II 1844 Blaydon Blaydon
Church of St Joseph and Presbytery Adjoining 1025177 II 1905 Blaydon Blaydon
Dovecot at Axwell Park House Farm 1355098 II   Blaydon  
Memorial to Thomas Ramsay About 42 Metres South of Mortuary Chapels in Blaydon Cemetery 1025178 II   Blaydon  
Retaining Wall, Balustrade, Piers and Steps to Terrace South of Axwell Park 1025207 II   Blaydon  
Walls, Piers and Railings to West of Blaydon West Junior School 1355100 II   Blaydon  
War Memorial about 7 metres north of mortuary chapels 1355121 II 1923 Blaydon Blaydon
Carr House 1355099 II   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill  
High Spen War Memorial 1438098 II 1920 Chopwell & Rowlands Gill High Spen
Rowlands Gill War Memorial 1439955 II 1921 Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Rowlands Gill
War Memorial located at junction of Hall Road and Monument Court 1025171 II 1923 Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Chopwell
Bradley Hall 1355110  II*   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Clara Vale War Memorial 1435730 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Dents Hall Farmhouse 1185241 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Greenside War Memorial 1437172 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Ha-Ha to South of Bradley Hall 1025156 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Ice House to West of Bradbury Hall 1025157 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Orangery to West of Bradley Hall 1355111 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Stephens Hall 1355113  II*   Crawcrook & Greenside  
Wall to West of Bradley Hall 1185195 II   Crawcrook & Greenside  
33 and 35, Fife Street 1248556 II   Deckham  
Church of St George 1248725 II   Deckham  
War Memorial 1277766 II   Deckham  
11 and 13, Front Street 1025141 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
11, Church Chare 1355140 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
12 and 14, Front Street 1025139 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
20, Front Street 1185397 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Church of St Mary 1185359  I C12th Dunston Hill & Whickham East Whickham. Church restored by John Dobson
Dunston Hill Hospital 1366097  II*   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Dunston Hill War Memorial 1425084 II 1923 Dunston Hill & Whickham East Dunston Hill
Duston Hill Hospital Outpatients Department 1299642 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Farm Building to East of Whickham Riding School House 1355107 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
K6 Telephone Kiosk Adjacent to Council Offices 1025148 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Oak Villa 1299664 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Park Cottage 1025144 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Restaurant and House Opposite Number 11 1025170 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Stables North of Dunston Hill Hospital 1025145 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Tomb of Henry Clasper About 13 Metres North of Church of St Mary 1355139 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Tomb of Jane Clasper About 13 Metres North of Church of St Mary 1025136 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Whickam Park 1025140 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Whickham Lodge and Wing at Right 1355104 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Whickham Riding School 1366093 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Whickham Thorns Farmhouse 1025143 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Whickham War Memorial 1442959 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Windmill in King Georges Field (Chase Park) 180 Metres South of Street 1299676 II   Dunston Hill & Whickham East  
Former Parish School 1355141 II   Dunston & Teams  
River Tyne Dunston Coal Staithes 1248994 II   Dunston & Teams Dunston. Sheduled Monument (1005898)
White Gate 1025138 II   Dunston & Teams  
2 Gate Piers South of Crow Hall 1184918 II   Felling  
35, Davison Street 1184922 II   Felling  
Ardallan 1184953 II   Felling  
Christ Church 1184901 II 1866 Felling Felling. By Austin and Johnson
Church of St Patrick 1184932 II 1895 Felling Felling
Crow Hall 1355083  II* C18th Felling Felling
Crow Hall Cottage and Garden Wall Attached to Left Corner of House 1025181 II   Felling  
Engine House of Former Tyne Main Colliery 1248567 II 1820 Felling Felling. Friars Goose Pumping Station
Felling Post Office 1025187 II   Felling  
Gate, Gate Piers to and Wall Around Ardallan 1355085 II   Felling  
Gateshead District Housing Offices 1299836 II 1902 Felling Felling. Former Council Offices, Sunderland Road.
New Imperial Bingo Club 1185123 II   Felling  
Piers and Lamp Holders North of Gateshead Housing Offices 1355088 II   Felling  
Presbytery of Church of St Patrick 1025182 II   Felling  
Urban Studies Centre 1299895 II   Felling  
Church of St John, Gateshead Fell 1277868 II 1825 High Fell  
Field House 1249077 II   High Fell  
Thornlea (Part of the Former Sherriff Hill Hall) 1248672 II   High Fell  
Arch and Walls Adjoining South Lodge 1025189 II   Lamesley  
Arch, Walls and Towers to West of Ravensworth Castle 1025150 II   Lamesley  
Butler Cross 1185149 II   Lamesley  
Church of St Andrew 1025154 II 1759 Lamesley Lamesley. Built on site od C13th church.
East Farmhouse 1025152 II   Lamesley  
Eighton Banks War Memorial 1464125 II   Lamesley  
Kenmore 1355108 II   Lamesley  
Ravensworth Castle 1025151  II*   Lamesley Lamesley
Ravensworth Castle 1025190  II* C12th Lamesley Lamesley. 2 eastern towers & curtain wall. Scheduled Monument (1016975)
Ravensworth Park Farmhouse 1185135 II   Lamesley  
South Lodge 1025188 II   Lamesley  
Stable Block and Gatehouses to East of Ravensworth Castle 1185160 II   Lamesley  
Temple Meads 1025153 II   Lamesley  
Tomb of Robert Moscrop About 4 Metres South and 5 Metres East of West End of Church of St Andrew 1355109 II   Lamesley  
Upper Forge Bridge 1025155 II   Lamesley  
Well in Stable Yard of Ravensworth Castle 1025191 II   Lamesley  
1-17, Claremont Place 1277797 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
2-5, Barrington Place 1248530 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
23, Claremont Place 1248546 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
Bensham Grove 1248538 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
Church of St Cuthbert 1248541 II 1848 Lobley Hill & Bensham Bensham. By John Dobson.
Fountain at Entrance to Former Gateshead Union Workhouse (Now Demolished) 1248527 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
Numbers 235, 235a and 237 and Forecourt Walls, Railings and Gate 1277867 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
Presbyterian Church Hall 1248650 II   Lobley Hill & Bensham  
123 and 125, Kells Lane 1277838 II   Low fell  
Bellevue House 1277821 II   Low fell  
Bellevue Lodge, Walls and Gate Piers 1277863 II   Low fell  
Brackendene (North, South and West Houses) 1248646 II   Low fell  
Carter's Well Opposite Methodist Church Hall 1277771 II   Low fell  
Church of St Helen 1248532  II* 1876 Low fell Low Fell
Forecourt Walls and Gate Piers to Numbers 123 and 125 1248563 II   Low fell  
Former Joicey Road Open Air School 1392603 II   Low fell  
Fountain in Grounds to South West of Whinney Hospital 1248755 II   Low fell  
Garden Wall to South West of Number 231 1277839 II   Low fell  
Home House 1248564 II   Low fell  
Knox's Buildings 1277697 II   Low fell  
Lloyd's Bank 1277872 II   Low fell  
Musgrave School 1277870 II   Low fell  
South Africa War Memorial 1248549 II   Low fell  
Stable Coach House to North of Brackendene and North Gateway Link 1248543 II   Low fell  
Underhill 1248562  II* 1860s Low fell Low Fell, Kells Lane. House of inventor Joseph Swan. 
Wesley Memorial Methodist Church 1248547 II   Low fell  
Winney House Hospital 1248548 II   Low fell  
3 Section Boundary Markers East of Church of St Mary Extending in a Line 19 Metres South 1025186 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
4 Section Boundary Markers West of Church of St Mary Extending in a Line 19 Metres South 1185087 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Church of St Mary 1025183 II 1822 Pelaw & Heworth Heworth
Dawes Tomb About 19 Metres North of Transept of Church of St Mary 1185055 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Garden Walls and Summerhouse of Former Nether Heworth Hall 1025147 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Group of 3 Grave Covers and 3 Grave Markers 4.5 Metres North of Church of St Mary 1025184 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Haddon Tomb 6.5 Metres North of Transept of Church of St Mary 1355086  II*   Pelaw & Heworth  
Hepburn Tomb 32 Metres South and 29 Metres East of Transept of Church of St Mary 1355087 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Heworth Constitutional Club, Formerly Nether Heworth Hall 1355084  II*   Pelaw & Heworth  
Kell Tomb 3 Metres West of North Transept of Church of St Mary 1025185 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Monument 15 Metres West of Church of St Mary 1185065 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
Tomb 20 Metres North of Transept of Church of St Mary 1299851 II   Pelaw & Heworth  
2, Whitewell Lane 1025165 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
4 Lamp Posts About 2 Metres South, 17 Metres East and 72 Metres East of Porch of Church of Holy Cros 1355114 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
4, Barmoor Lane 1025146 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
6, Village West 1355116 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Barn, Stables, Shelters, Implement Shed and Pig Sties to South of Town Farmhouse 1025159 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Blaydon Old Bridge 1380569 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Chancer Tomb Above 24 Metres South of Church of Holy Cross 1185223 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Church of Holy Cross 1025160  I C13th Ryton & Crookhill & Stella Ryton
Church of St Hilda 1185248 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Church of St Mary and St Thomas Aquinas and Prebytery Adjoining 1355082 II 1832 Ryton & Crookhill & Stella Stella
Cross House 1299742 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Dean Hall House 1299758 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Fenwick Tomb About 24 Metres South and 6 Metres East of Church of Holy Cross 1025161 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Fountain in Wall of Barmoor Lane 1025158 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Fountain in Wall of Barmoor Lane 1299764 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Gate Piers to East of Ryton Rectory 1025162 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
High Hedgefield House 1025163 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Number 4 and Wall Adjoining to North 1025179 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Pinfold 1299765 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Ryton War Memorial 1439972 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Stack Yard Wall to South of Town Farm Building 1185206 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Stargate War Memorial 1440563 II 1920 Ryton & Crookhill & Stella Stargate
Stella Hall Cottage 1299906 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Summerhouse 1025180 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
The Grove (Church Army Home for the Elderly) 1185209 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
The Nook 1025164 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
The Rectory 1185232  II*   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Town Farmhouse and Farm Buildings Attached 1185203 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Village Cross 1355115 II 1795 Ryton & Crookhill & Stella Ryton Scheduled Monument (1018642)
White House 1355112 II   Ryton & Crookhill & Stella  
Aviaries to North East of Saltwell Towers 1248554 II c.1800? Saltwell  
Belvedere Walls, Turrets and Staircases to West and South of Saltwell Towers 1277873 II 1870s Saltwell  
Boer War Memorial 1248761 II 1905 Saltwell  
Charlton Memorial Drinking Fountain to North West of Saltwell Towers 1248553 II   Saltwell  
Church of St Chad 1277841  II* 1903 Saltwell Bensham
Entrance Gates and Piers to Saltwell Park 1277843 II   Saltwell  
Heathfield House 1248751 II   Saltwell  
North Shelter in Saltwell Park 1248555 II   Saltwell  
Salte Well to South of Entrance Gates to Saltwell Park 1249007 II 1872 Saltwell  
Saltwell Towers 1248550 II 1862 Saltwell Gothic mansion of William Wailes
Shipley Art Gallery 1248566 II 1915 Saltwell  
South Shelter in Saltwell Park 1277742 II   Saltwell  
Stable Block to North East of Saltwell Towers 1277773 II 1871 Saltwell  
Statue of Alderman John Lucas 1248769 II 1903 Saltwell  
Walls, Gate Piers and Arches to Main Entrance of Heathfield House and Stable Entrance to North 1277871 II   Saltwell  
'Derwent Walk Express' and supporting bridge abutment and approach spans 1437836 II   Whickham North  
67, Front Street 1185451 II   Whickham North  
69, Front Street 1355105 II   Whickham North  
Bridge over River Derwent (Tyne and Wear Bridge Number 761) 1355119  II*   Whickham North Swalwell
Bust of John English at West Corner of Church Chare 1355103 II   Whickham North  
Old Bridge End Cottage 1379968 II 1779 Whickham North Swalwell. Former toll house.
Salisbury House 1366087 II   Whickham North  
Swalwall War Memorial 1366091 II 1918 Whickham North Swalwell
Whickham Cottage Hospital 1025142 II   Whickham North  
Banqueting House About 500 Metres East and 300 Metres South of Gibside 1355118  I 1751 Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside
Chapel House Circa 40 Metres to North West of Chapel 1299718 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Cox Close House 1185286 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Forge South East of Junction with A692 1355106 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Garden Wall to North of Chapel House and Garden House 1025168 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Gibside Hall 1299730  II* 1620 Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside Enlarged in C18th for George Bowes. Scheduled Monument (1017224)
Gibside (grounds) 1000508  I 1730s Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside - National Trust.
House Behind Cox Close Cottage 1355117 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Ice House About 90 Metres West and 170 Metres South of Gibside Hall 1025167 II C18th Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside
Lodges and Gate Piers to South of Junction with Clockburn Lane 1355102 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Old Hollinside 1025137  I C13th Whickham South & Sunniside Fortified manor house. Scheduled Monument (1018679)
Old Sunniside Farmhouse 1025149 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
Orangery About 300 Metres West and 260 Metres South of Gibside 1299709  II* C18th Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside
Stables to South East of Gibside 1185328  II* 1746 Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside
Sundial, Piers and Wall to West of Chapel 1025169 II   Whickham South & Sunniside  
The Chapel About 350 Metres West and 650 Metres South of Gibside Hall 1185345  I 1769 Whickham South & Sunniside Gibside
Church of St Alban 1299810 II   Windy Nook & Whitehills  
Gate Piers, Gates and Overthrow to East of Church of St Alban 1355089 II   Windy Nook & Whitehills  
24, Front Street 1184792 II   Winlaton & High Spen  
Church of St Paul 1025175 II 1829 Winlaton & High Spen Winlaton
Cowen Family Tomb and Wall Attached to North East of Church of St Paul 1025176 II   Winlaton & High Spen  
Monument to British Liberty 1025166  I 1757 Winlaton & High Spen Gibside
Pawston Birks Farmhouse 1025174 II   Winlaton & High Spen  
Winlaton Forge 1025172 II C18th Winlaton & High Spen Winlaton
Winlaton War Memorial 1442836 II 1918 Winlaton & High Spen Winlaton
Swing Bridge Over River Tyne 1390930  II* 1876 Bridges Newcastle-Gateshead. Scheduled Monument (1003722)
Tyne Bridge (also known as New Tyne Bridge) 1248569  II* 1928 Bridges Newcastle-Gateshead
High Level Bridge 1248568  I 1849 Bridges Newcastle-Gateshead
King Edward VII Bridge 1242100 II 1906 Bridges Newcastle-Gateshead
3-8, Woodbine Place 1248574 II   Bridges  
36 and 38, Half Moon Lane 1277621 II   Bridges  
4-18, Woodbine Terrace 1277610 II   Bridges  
5-23, Regent Terrace 1277677 II   Bridges  
Baptist Church and Sunday School 1248557 II   Bridges  
Borough Engineering Department (Iii) 1248571 II   Bridges  
Borough Engineering Services Department (I) 1277844 II   Bridges  
Borough Engineering Services Department (II) 1249017 II   Bridges  
Borough Housing Department 1277840 II C19th Bridges Former Gateshead Dispensary, Nelson Street.
Chapel of St Edmund and Trinity Centre 1277874  I C13th Bridges  
Christ Church 1248787 II   Bridges  
Christadelphian Hall 1249087 II   Bridges  
Church of St Joseph and Presbytery 1248573 II   Bridges  
Church of St Mary 1248544  I C14th Bridges Now St Mary's Heritage Centre
Clock Tower in Forecourt to West of Town Hall 1277624 II   Bridges  
Coal Drops 1248565 II   Bridges  
Council Offices (Department of Architectural Services) 1277865 II   Bridges  
King Edward Railway Bridge 1248576 II   Bridges  
King Edward Railway Bridge 1242100 II   Bridges  
Lambton Lodge 1248560 II   Bridges  
Mausoleum to East of Church of St Mary 1248545 II   Bridges  
Monument to George Hawks 1277866 II   Bridges  
Municipal Buildings 1248570 II   Bridges  
Number 72 with Forecourt Wall 1248540 II   Bridges  
Post Office 1248572 II   Bridges  
Premises of Messrs Robinson and Spicey Limited (Part) 1248579 II   Bridges  
Public Convenience at South End of Approach Span to New Tyne Bridge 1277869 II   Bridges  
Railway Bridge of Former York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1248561 II   Bridges  
The Central Public House 1248558 II 1854 Bridges On Half Moon Lane
The Crown Public House 1248542 II   Bridges  
The Former Boiler Shop of Greensfield Railway Works 1248971 II   Bridges  
Town Hall, Ancillary Buildings and Former Police Station to Rear 1277845 II 1870 Bridges  
Walker Terrace 1277835  II* C19th Bridges  
Walls, Gates and Railings Around St Mary's Churchyard 1277794 II   Bridges  
12, West Row  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Barley Mow Inn, Vigo Lane  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Blythe's Pillar - St Joseph's R.C. churchyard  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Con Laoghair, 70 Harras Bank - Local   Birtley Birtley
Field House, Birtley Lane  - Local   Birtley Birtley
High Lodge, 29 The Avenue  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Lloyds TSB Bank, 54 Durham Road - Local   Birtley Birtley
Masonic Hall, Birtley Lane  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Primitive Methodist Church and hall, Station Lane  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Rockville, 27 The Avenue  - Local   Birtley Birtley
Talbot Cottages, 1-6 Birtley Lane  - Local   Birtley Birtley
The Railway Hotel, Durham Road  - Local   Birtley Birtley
1-9 (odd) Commercial Street  - Local   Blaydon Winlaton
Axwell Park Estate  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Black Bull public house, Bridge Street  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Blaydon Cemetery, Shibdon Road  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Blaydon House, Garden Street  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Chapel, Blaydon Cemetery  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Cowan water fountain, Shibdon Dene  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Gateway to former Blaydon East School, Shibdon Cottage - Local   Blaydon Blaydon, Shibdon Road 
Premises of Elddis Transport, north block of former Churchill Gears Factory  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon, Chainbridge Road 
Remains of Statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi (head), Blaydon Branch Library - Local   Blaydon Blaydon, The Precinct 
Remains of Statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi (legs), St Josephs R.C. Primary School  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon, Croftdale Road 
Sands Suspension Bridge ('The Hikey Bridge') - Local 1902 Blaydon Swalwell, Sands Lane
Shibdon Dene  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
Signal box  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
The Bisley Hotel, Shibdon Road  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
The Commercial public house - Local   Blaydon Winlaton
Tyne View House  - Local   Blaydon Winlaton
Vacant dance Studio (former Library)  - Local   Blaydon Blaydon
101-107 (odd) Bensham Road (part of Romulus Terrace)  - Local   Bridges  
1-8, King James Street  - Local   Bridges  
2-16, High Level Parade, Wellington Street  - Local   Bridges  
224 to 230, High Street  - Local   Bridges  
24-60 (even), Bewick Road  - Local   Bridges  
241, High Street  - Local   Bridges  
275, High Street  - Local   Bridges  
297-299, High Street  - Local   Bridges  
9 and 11, Wellington Street  - Local   Bridges  
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art  - Local 1950 Bridges South Shore Road, former Flour Mill 
Blue Bell public house, 347 and 349 High Street - Local   Bridges  
Cemetery lodge, Gateshead East Cemetery  - Local   Bridges Sunderland Road 
Centre for Advanced Rabbinics (former Herdman Hall) - Local   Bridges Prince Consort Road 
Co-op Store, 22-28 Jackson Street  - Local   Bridges  
Co-op Store, 30-34 Jackson Street  - Local   Bridges  
Curley's Bar and 270-274 (even), High Street  - Local   Bridges  
Drinking fountain, Gateshead East Cemetery  - Local   Bridges Sunderland Road 
Fairhaven Lodge – Gateshead East Cemetery - Local   Bridges Cemetery Road 
Former C of E Chapel, Gateshead East Cemetery  - Local   Bridges Cemetery Road 
Former Kelvin Works - Local   Bridges South Shore Road 
Former Nonconformist Chapel, Gateshead East Cemetery - Local   Bridges Cemetery Road 
Gateshead East Cemetery  - Local   Bridges Old Durham Road / Sunderland Road
Gateshead Sculpture Park  - Local   Bridges  
Kent House, Church Street - Local   Bridges  
La Riviera Ristorante, Pipewellgate - Local   Bridges  
Lloyds TSB Bank, 15 West Street  - Local   Bridges  
Railway Club, Hudson Street - Local   Bridges  
Retaining walls of former Brandling Junction Railway Station (Jennings Yard)  - Local   Bridges Oakwellgate
St. James and St. Bede Church Centre - Local   Bridges Wordsworth Street 
The Borough Arms public house, 82 Bensham Road - Local   Bridges  
The Grey Nag's Head, 219 High Street - Local   Bridges  
The Honeysuckle public house, 92 Coatsworth Road  - Local   Bridges  
The Metropole public house, High Street  - Local   Bridges  
The Station Hotel, Hills Street  - Local   Bridges  
The William IV Inn, High Street - Local   Bridges  
War memorial, Gateshead East Cemetery  - Local   Bridges Cemetery Road
Windmill Hills Town Park  - Local   Bridges  
Woodbine Villa, Villa Place  - Local   Bridges  
Ye Olde Fleece, 289 and 291 High Street - Local   Bridges  
27 and 29 Derwent Street  - Local   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Chopwell
Beda Lodge, Hookergate Lane  - Local   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill High Spen 
Gate piers to St. Patrick’s Church  - Local   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill High Spen, Lintzford Lane 
High Rigg, Hall Road  - Local   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Chopwell
Old Lilley Brickworks, Lockhaugh Road  - Local   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Rowlands Gill
St. John the Evangelist Church  - Local 1909 Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Chopwell, Clayton Terrace Road 
Station House, Station Lane - Local   Chopwell & Rowlands Gill Rowlands Gill

1. 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 Sitelines.

2. Listed buildings and the local list - Gateshead Council.

St Mary's Heritage Centre
  Co-Curate Page
St Mary's Heritage Centre
- Overview Map Street View  
Newcastle Swing Bridge
  Co-Curate Page
Newcastle Swing Bridge
- Overview Further Information Map Street View The Swing Bridge over the River Tyne was first used for road traffic on 15th June 1876 and opened for river traffic on 17th ...
Banqueting House
  Co-Curate Page
Banqueting House
High Level Bridge
  Co-Curate Page
High Level Bridge
- Overview About the High Level Bridge Map Street View The High Level Bridge is a 'double decker' road and railway bridge spanning the River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead. The ...
Monument to British Liberty
  Co-Curate Page
Monument to British Liberty
- Overview Map Street View The Statue of British Liberty, by Christopher Richardson was built for George Bowes, M.P. and coal owner. The monument is Grade I listed. and close up:
Gibside Chapel
  Co-Curate Page
Gibside Chapel
- Overview Map Street View Gibside Chapel and mausoleum is a Grade 1 lsited building.
St Edmunds Chapel
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St Edmunds Chapel
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Church of the Holy Cross
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Church of the Holy Cross
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Whickham
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Church of St Mary the Virgin, Whickham
- Overview Map Street View St Mary the Virgin is the parish church in Whickham. The Norman church has a 12th century nave and 13th century aisles. The porch and tower ...
Ravensworth Castle
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Ravensworth Castle
- Overview About the Castle Map A Grade 2* listed building and Scheduled Monument. There are three phases to the castle; a medieval quadrangular castle, an 18th century country house, and a ...
Church of St Andrew
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Church of St Andrew
- Overview Map Street View The church in Lamesley has medieval origins and can be trased back at least as far as the 13th century. The current church was built in 1759 repacing ...
Church of St Chad, Bensham
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Church of St Chad, Bensham
- Overview Map Street View "St Chad's Church was consecrated in 1903. The church was designed by William Searle Hicks in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement, and built ...
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War Memorial, High Spen
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War Memorial, Rowlands Gill
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War Memorial, Rowlands Gill
- The war memorial in Rowlands Gill is located at the junction of Station Road and Smailes Lane. The memorial was unveiled on the 18th of June, 1921, by Cllr. Brown. ...
Stables
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Stables
- Overview Map Street View Stables, 1746. A grade II* listed building.
Battle of Newburn Ford, 1640
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Battle of Newburn Ford, 1640
- "King Charles I's attempt to impose a new prayer book on the Scots led to military conflict in the summer of 1640. To avoid assaulting the strong defences on the ...
Dunston Staiths
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Dunston Staiths
- Overview About Dunston Staiths Timeline Map Street View "Dunston Staiths on the River Tyne is believed to be the largest timber structure in Europe, at its height, 5.5m tonnes of ...
War Memorial, Dunston Hill
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War Memorial, Dunston Hill
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Dunston is located at the junction of Ellison Road and King George Avenue. In honour of the local men lost in the ...
Church of St John the Evangelist
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Church of St John the Evangelist
- Overview Map Street View St John's in the parish church in Birtley. The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Durham on 9th August 1849. Shortly afterwards on the 8th ...
Church of St Joseph
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Church of St Joseph
- Overview Map Street View St Joseph's Church in Birtley was desigened by John Dobson and was opened by 1843 to replace the Birtley Roman Catholic Mission, which had moved to ...
Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins
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Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins
- Overview Map Street View Edward Mosely Perkins (1821-1871) came to Birtley as a partner in its Iron Company and two local pits in 1858, and lived in Birtley Hall. He ...
Birtley War Memorial
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Birtley War Memorial
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Axwell Hall
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Axwell Hall
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War Memorial, Blaydon
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War Memorial, Blaydon
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial is located outside the cemetry on Shibdon Road in Blaydon. The memorial was unveiled on the 7th of April 1923, dedicated to 201 ...
Church of St. Cuthbert
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Church of St. Cuthbert
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Chopwell War Memorial
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Chopwell War Memorial
- The war memorial in Chopwell commemorates the 205 local people who lost their lives in the First World War. It was reported that about 7,000 people attended the ceremony unveiling ...
Christ Church
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Christ Church
- Overview Map Street View Christ Church, on Carlisle Street in Felling, was built in 1866 by Austin and Johnson. The north aisle and vestry was added in 1903 by J. ...
Crow Hall
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Crow Hall
- A county house from the early 1700's, which gives its name to Crowhall Lane in Felling, where it is located. A private dwelling. Now a Grade 2* Listed Building.
Former Council Offices, Sunderland Road
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Former Council Offices, Sunderland Road
- Overview Map Street View Former Council Offices on Sunderland Road in Felling, built in 1902, now appartments ('The Appartment Company'). The building was designed by Henry Miller for, what was at that ...
Friar's Goose Pumping Station
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Friar's Goose Pumping Station
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St Patrick's RC Church
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St Patrick's RC Church
- Overview Map Street View St Patricks, on High Street in Felling, is a Roman Catholic parish church. The church was built 1893-1895 by C. Walker of Newcastle. It is a ...
St Mary's Church
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St Mary's Church
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the Anglican parish church for Heworth, Pelaw, Bill Quay and Wardley, to the east of Gateshead, located on Shields Road, near Heworth Metro.[1] The ...
Church of St Helen, Low Fell
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Church of St Helen, Low Fell
- Overview Map Street View "The Parish of Saint Helen owes its existence to the large population explosion experienced by industrial centres of the nineteenth century. Until then Low Fell had ...
Old Town Hall
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Old Town Hall
The Central
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The Central
- Overview Map Street View The Central is a public house on Half Moon Lane and Hills Street in Gateshead. It was built in 1856, designed by M. Thompson for Alderman Potts, wine merchant, ...
Walker Terrace
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Walker Terrace
Underhill, Kells Lane, Low Fell
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Underhill, Kells Lane, Low Fell
- Overview About Underhill Map Street View Underhill is a large house at 99 Kells Lane in Low Fell, Gateshead - built in the 1860s. The inventor, Joseph Swan, lived at ...
Village Cross
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Village Cross
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Aviaries
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Aviaries
Boer War Memorial
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Boer War Memorial
Charlton Memorial Fountain
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Charlton Memorial Fountain
- Inscribed: "GEORGE CHARLTON ESQ JP Mayor of Gateshead 1874 and 1875 in recognition of his labours in the cause of social reform"
Ornamental Walls and Turrets
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Ornamental Walls and Turrets
Salte Welle
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Salte Welle
Statue of Alderman John Lucas
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Statue of Alderman John Lucas
Shipley Art Gallery
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Shipley Art Gallery
- Overview About the Gallery Map Street View The Shipley Art Gallery, on Prince Consort Road, Gateshead, has around 800 paintings representing all the main schools of European art from the ...
Saltwell Towers
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Saltwell Towers
- Saltwell Towers was built in 1862 by William Wailes a renound stained glass manufacturer. The Victorian mansion was bulit in a Gothic Revivalist style and is now the Saltwell Park Visitors Centre ...
Stable Block
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Stable Block
Old Bridge End Cottage
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Old Bridge End Cottage
- Former toll house for the bridge 
Old Derwent Bridge
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Old Derwent Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Derwent at Swalwell was built in c.1779 for the Gateshead - Hexham Turnpike road.[1] It is known as the Clavering ...
Swalwell War Memorial
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Swalwell War Memorial
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Wardley Medieval Moated Site
- There are earthwork remains at Wardley, Gateshead, of a medieval moated site and associated rig and furrow cultivation. This is a Scheduled Ancient Monument, though little of the remains can ...
Church of St Paul
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Church of St Paul
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's Church in Winlaton was built 1827-1829 and designed by Ignatius Bonom.[1] The church was consicrated in 1828. It was remodelled in the 1890s. The ...
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Winlaton War Memorial
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Winlaton Forge
- Overview Map Street View Winlaton Forge is the last surviving link in the village with Crowley's Iron Works. Ambrose Crowley's works dominated the iron manufacturing trade in the North East ...
The Hikey Bridge
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The Hikey Bridge
- The Sands Suspension Bridge, known locally as the 'Hikey Bidge', is a footbridge over the River Derwent at Swalwell, Gateshead. It was built in 1902 to link the allotments on ...
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
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Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
- Overview About the Baltic Map Street View The original Baltic Flour Mills were opened in 1950, built for the Rank Hovis company based on a 1930s design by Gelder and ...
Church of St. John the Evangelist, Chopwell
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Church of St. John the Evangelist, Chopwell
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St. John the Evangelist in Chopwell opened in 1909. It replaced an existing smaller church, as the parish population had expanded rapidy with ...
Church of St John, Gateshead Fell
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Church of St John, Gateshead Fell
- Overview About St John's Church Map Street View   St John's Church, Gateshead Fell, is in Church Road, Sheriff Hill, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England. It is an active Anglican ...

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