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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.

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Jeffways Travel Service Limited Thame Oxfordshire

I lived in this building above the travel agency when I worked for the company in Oxford C1975. It had very draughty metal framed Windows (4 layers of draught excluding foam and they still had gaps!). There was a central staircase with all rooms coming off the open railed landing [...]

Sheena Brown, 22 May 2016

Towerhirst Bristol Bristol

English Heritage Building 380520 The house was built in the early 1860s (not 1891-92) by John Henry Hirst (not his son Henry Cecil Montague Hirst). There are references to support this contention in my Flickr post at The best evidence is given by the advert inviting tenders for its building [...]

Robert Cutts, 19 May 2016

Gore Court Otham Kent

I went to Awbridge Danes School back in September 1967 with my brother and stayed there until March 1969. I remembered the Traggett family who taught there. I remembered my schooling there even though it was nearly 50 years ago and nearly all the students. I remembered the fire but that [...]

Stephen Smith, 15 May 2016

Briars Hey Rainhill St Helens

I was a resident at St Josephs convent from 1966 till 1969 when the Convent (childrens home closed it's doors I then returned as a resident when it became Briars Hey I did notice that all the beautiful interior doors had been removed and modern ones put in place also [...]

, 13 May 2016

Elmhurst Stratford-upon-Avon Warwickshire

Hello Gill, It might be worth checking with the county Historic Records office as they are more likely to have information on the building, specially regarding WWII and that time! Good luck with the search! Maria

Maria , 12 May 2016

Elmhurst Stratford-upon-Avon Warwickshire

Hi i am trying to find out more about Elmhurst as it was used during the second world war as my mother was sent to work there and it seems it was similar to bletchley park many thanks

Gill Howard, 10 May 2016

Coopers' Company's School Tower Hamlets Greater London

I, like many other former pupils, love these premises. The correct address is Tredegar Square, Bow E3. They are now being converted into dwellings. I joined Coopers as a first former in September 1943 when the school was evacuated to Frome in Somerset. We returned to London in 1945 and I was [...]

Leonard Gore, 9 May 2016

The Round House Anwick Lincolnshire

Lorraine - I totally share your views. Pass this place by chance the other day and couldn't quite believe what I saw. People have a responsibility if they own historical buildings. Either look after it or sell it to someone who will.

HughieD, 3 May 2016

Newmills Old Bridge over Bluther Burn. Newmills Fife

Hi John , I believe the Land to the east of the Bluther and to the back of the ex Post Office could belong to the Crown Estates , although I had been told that this area was also part of the old Valleyfield Estate , also heard it could belong [...]

Brian Montgomery, 22 April 2016

56-62, Tarrant Street Arundel West Sussex

No. 62 Tarrant Street,Arundel used to have a 'Bookies Runner' in residence in the 1950s. The bookie's window was up the side passage that has now got a 'front door' on it. I was born in Arundel in 1944 and can remember taking my grandfather's betting slip to the bookie's [...]

Neville Dalton, 21 April 2016

Church of St Mary Bitterley Shropshire

This listing is St.Mary's Church in Cleeton St.Mary, not St.Mary's in Bitterley. This church is on a popular walkers route and is always open. There are refreshments available inside.

Joanne Gibbon, 17 April 2016

Beverley Wickham Hampshire

I was born there on 3 May 1946. My mother always referred to the room I was born in next to a Chinese Marble Fireplace as the Ballroom. My father was a Royal Marine at the time ex HMS Berwick and then HMS Theseus..

Ken Butt, 15 April 2016

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