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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Tow Law


About the Tow Law  Listed buildings and Scheduled monuments...

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Locality Note
Attwood Place 1232517 II C19th Tow Law Terrace of houses
Barrack Farmhouse 1232311 II C18th Tow Law  
Cattle Market Auction Building 1232513 II 1882 Tow Law  
Church of St Philip and St James 1232516 II 1869 Tow Law  
Coke ovens at Inkerman Farm 1018228 n/a C19th Tow Law Scheduled Monument
Gate Piers and Gates to West of Church of St Philip and St James 1277030 II 1869 Tow Law  
Stable Block to Rear of Numbers 1-5 Consecutive Attwood Place 1232520 II c.1850 Tow Law  
Walls and Railings in Front of Numbers 1-5 Attwood Place 1232519 II C19th Tow Law  
War Memorial 1232521 II 1919 Tow Law  
Church of St Philip and St James, Tow Law
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Church of St Philip and St James, Tow Law
- Overview Map Street View History The Church of St Philip and St James is located on Church Lane in Tow Law, County Durham. The Parish Church was designed by C. ...
Coke Ovens at Inkerman Farm
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Coke Ovens at Inkerman Farm
- "The beehive coke ovens are some of the last remaining examples of this type of oven left in County Durham. At one time there were over 100,000 in the County. ...
War Memorial, Tow Law
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War Memorial, Tow Law
- Overview Map Street View "Erected by the inhabitants of Tow Law, Thornley, Sunniside, Hedley Hope, East Hedley Hope and Satley to the sacred memory of those gallant men who, at ...
Attwood Place, Tow Law
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Attwood Place, Tow Law
- Overview Map Street View Attwood Place is a terrace of houses on Ironworks Road in Tow Law. The terrace was built in the mid 19th century for Charles Attwood who ...

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