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
Hello. I have been researching the Jackson family of Tatenhill and Dunstall. If my findings are correct, the Jackson family farmed the Lower Farm and Old Hall Farm from about 1735 to well into the 20th century. I understand that they owned about 200 acres at Lower Farm and were [...]
Bernard S Jackson, 20 November 2014
Jesus this place was the pitts,me and my brother went here in the late 60s / very early 70s. iam sure while we were there les dawsons son was there ! we actually planned a break out it was like colditz for the under 16s. one thing I remember is [...]
Karl Lehmann, 18 November 2014
Hi, I'm doing a project on the history of Bridgewater house, 2 Terrace Walk Bath. I've got some conflicting evidence. Your site says " For many years it was well known as The Parade Coffee House, and as such was a building of considerable social prominence, located on this busy and [...]
Holly M-W, 15 November 2014
Currently used by Buttercups Day Nursery, they also use the gardener's cottage as well.
Charles Smith, 15 November 2014
My Grandfather Darrel Collier lived in this house from 1906 until 1913. The family were furniture makers in Buckinghamshire so maybe the Arts and Crafts workmanship had something to do with them, especially his brother Archie Collier who was a talented wood carver.
, 14 November 2014
The Police presence closes at midnight on 16th November 2014 and the building will then be placed for sale. The Fire Service relocated from Pilgrim Street a long while ago. Magistrates continue to sit at Pilgrim Street so at least part of the building is occupied.
Steve Ellwood, 14 November 2014
This building did not belong to the CWS. The Co-operative Printing Society was an independent co-op, later becoming part of Co-operative Press Ltd. The CWS had a printing works at Pelaw
Tyne & Wear Archives, 13 November 2014
I WAS BORN ON THE 5TH SEPTEMBER 1941 IN EAST HADDON HALL.MY MOTHER WAS FROM STRATFORD EAST 15 AND WAS EVACUATED TO EAST HADDON TO ESCAPE THE BOMBING IN LONDON. MY FATHER LIKE SO MANY OTHERS WAS IN THE ARMY ,SERVING WITH THE ESSEX REG .IT CAME TO MY ATTENTION [...]
alex dilliway, 12 November 2014
The text for this structure says that the hole at the bottom of the stile is for dogs to pass. I think this is highly unlikely as when built this stile would have been well out in the country where dogs would have been sturdy farm animals. Probably more to [...]
B Pedwell, 12 November 2014
Since the sale of the estate the house is no longer occupied and is beginning to deteriorate.
William Rogers, 11 November 2014
Marcus: A most informative history of the mill, thank you. Do the other mills you mentioned (Eagle Mill, Rapsing Mill, Warth Mill and Lumb Mill) still exist? There is a Lumb Mill in Calderdale, listed Grade II*, which may be the one you referred to but I have been unable [...]
Shane White, 11 November 2014
About 20 years ago, my wife decided to look up an old school friend who had emigrated with her family to Australia in 1949 at the age of 14, and has never returned. The family were tenants at Golden Manor. We eventually met in Queensland and stayed with them for a few [...]
Mac Wood, 11 November 2014