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
Woolwich Equitable Building Society closed early 2000's - phones-4-u shop upto 2014
Antony Barton, 15 October 2014
Hi, From researching my family tree I have discovered that my GGG Grandmother Grace/Grizel Shirra (from Perthshire) and her husband James Bell (from Kippen, Sterlingshire) were tenant farmers at Mackeanston Farm which was part of the Gartincaber estate. They are noted in the 1841 census as farming 105 acres and [...]
Jennifer Gilpin, 14 October 2014
The building has been privately owned since November 2011. We are running the lower floor as a community hall. Upper floor has permission to convert to residential. The two storey tower at the rear was demolished many years ago.
Amanda Howard and Gary Hindley, 12 October 2014
My Mother's HEARLE family occupied this farmhouse from about 1800 to mid 1960s. I have now been able to identify the three children in the photograph which I posted on this web-site a while ago. They are Lizzie, Amy Jane and Howard Hearle and judging by their rough ages [...]
Peter Richards, 9 October 2014
The bronze statue of Robin Hood outside the underground porters lodge used to stand outside the castle walls, in Castle Road.
Andrew H Jackson, 8 October 2014
Did this house used to be a maternity home around 1945/46
Frederick Pashley, 8 October 2014
Earliest records currently held(1827) show the cottage was owned by the Lord Mayor of Lymington and rented it to a family, who also rented adjacent cottages. In 1883 the property was bought by a local fish seller. In 1908 the cottage was bought at auction by Colonel Henry Rooke and renamed Elm [...]
Mr S.Clayton-Smith, 8 October 2014
This house, like most of the others in the street, has seen several internal changes over the last 50 years or so. The front door, for instance, currently opens into a room that was formed by the removal of a dividing wall between the entrance corridor and a very small [...]
Anthony Howe, 7 October 2014
I'm curious to know how the date of this building's listing is given as 1992 when it was destroyed following the great storm of 1987. Do listings remain in force when buildings no longer exist?
Paul Coueslant, 7 October 2014
Opened in July 2006 as a footpath open to the public.
Steve Ellwood, 7 October 2014
The clock tower in the photos is part of the tolbooth - see http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/sc-40411-west-terrace-tolbooth-
, 6 October 2014
1988 I visited the London School Of Foreign Trade and we had an internate course at Westerfield House. when I arrived I saw a Swedish flag there and realized that the Swedish footballteam have had their camp there when they met England at Wembley. actually they won with 2-1. [...]
swede, 6 October 2014