British Listed Buildings Online
Welcome to British Listed Buildings, an online database of buildings and structures that are listed as being of special architectural and historic interest.
As well as reading the official listing data for each building, you can also view the location on a map, and, where possible, see it in Google Streetview and Bing Birds Eye View. You can also add your own comments, information and photos and view comments and photos submitted by other users of the site.
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Recent Listed Building Comments
The original bridge which was built in Late C 18 was subsequently demolished and a new bridge built in 1828 with increased headroom to permit larger vessels to use the canal. A large date stone is set in the North West wing wall adjoining the Towpath clearly stating 1828.
John Powell, 2 December 2013
I lived at Clock House from 1946 (when I was born) to 1950 and revisited the property many times as my grandfather was owner until about 1968. The old (northern) section of Clock House was demolished in about 1960 as the building was becoming increasingly dangerous and was totally inhabitable. [...]
Graham Dilliway, 2 December 2013
I walked past this building this weekend. It is being renovated by Malvern-based building firm Speller Metcalfe and is under an impressive amount of scaffolding. I understand the renovation is being done for a a private client.
Malvern David, 2 December 2013
I think this building has been demolished. No signs of exist on streetmap or google streetview!
David Anstiss, 1 December 2013
Hi Maurice, One of the things that happened way back was sheep were brought from higher ground for rapid fattening up on the water meadows. I think the piece of ground beside you may have been an access and also a place where they could have been counted and inspected. Any sick sheep [...]
Graham Burgess, 1 December 2013
The Winchester City Mill is no longer a Youth Hostel. It has now been restored, and has been operated by the National Trust since 2004 as a working water-powered flour mill
Lindsay Eaton, 30 November 2013
Same as http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-255806-chirk-viaduct-weston-rhyn-
, 30 November 2013
Same as http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/wa-20210-railway-viaduct-over-river-ceiriog-chirk
, 30 November 2013
Woodend Lodge is where my great-grandmother was born. The Humes were gatekeepers( the men were slaters) , and raised several daughters here. My great-grandmother married one of the Cunninghams of nearby Bents Farm.
Eileen May, 30 November 2013
Does anybody remember me from danesford childrens home i was there from 1986-1991 would be great to know if there are people who i got on with really hope there is :)
Robert Moran (mckay), 29 November 2013
But you can request English Heritage to make minor amendments to the listing, see http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/professional/protection/process/amending-an-entry/.
, 28 November 2013
There very much is a porch attached to this property so this is either a modern addition or a mistake in the listing.
Jerry, 27 November 2013