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
This structure appears to have been demolished some time between 2006 and 2009.
Jeff Bell, 24 September 2014
The chapel is now closed to services and is in the process of being sold - there is currently a Planning Application with Newcastle City Council as : 2014/0306/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Alterations to elevations to include new windows and obscure glazing to all elevations, internal alterations to provide [...]
Steve Ellwood, 23 September 2014
My Great Grandparents James Bailey and his family lived at this address at the time of the 1881 census. He managed a pottery in Wales across the water. He lived there with his wife Mary Jane (Sanders) Bailey of Orleigh Mill and his children, Margaret, Betsy, Elizabeth, Mary, [...]
Carol Bondy, 22 September 2014
My father Tommy lived in this house with his mother Margaret (Alexander of Kippen) father THOMAS Atkinson and three brothers John (Jacky) Robert (Bert) Alexander (Sandy) and one sister Maud. My grandfather fought and survived WW1. I remember washing day spent down in the lower back of the house where [...]
Margaret Atkinson, 21 September 2014
I lived on Dickinson St from 1948 to 1955, from what I remember it dominated the area. Had a walk around there on Monday 15/9/14, all that remains is the tower part of the building. What of being a listed building then?
Cliff Hall, 17 September 2014
doesn't appear to exist
Jerry, 15 September 2014
Visited as part of Heritage Open Days with Morecambe Bay partnership as Holker Estates are land owner.
Nick, 15 September 2014
My home from 1976 to 1990. The waste goes into the Calder via a tank ( Steel Shipping Container) that is positioned about 40 feet from the west of the house with a circular emptying device a meter below ground level. A new sewer could be connected to the mains [...]
Paul Dew, 15 September 2014
I Roy Slegg worked at Melton Constable Hall as a pantry boy leading to be a foot-man in 1943.while I was there I can remember people coming and going in their glad-rags visiting the Hall. And I remember Lord Wavell and his valet visiting the hall. For the short time [...]
Roy Slegg, 11 September 2014
I was a resident at The Priory in 1976. Back then it was a 'Working Boy's Hostel' run by the Probation Service, for naughty boys like me. I think there were about 12-15 of us staying there. It was always rumoured to have a tunnel leading to another house [...]
Stephen Thorpe, 7 September 2014
I'm rather surprised that English Heritage have made such an authoritatively thorough analysis of this property, yet made inexcusable glaring flaws in their assumptions. Apart from the property originally being a single farm, split into two labourers' cottages (which my father had restored to a single home) when a new [...]
Nigel Edwards Walker, 7 September 2014
The building is currently in the process of being demolished and the site cleared as of September 2014
Graham Smith, 4 September 2014