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Temple Village, Old Temple Kirk (church of the Knights Templars of Balantrodoch) Including Boundary Temple Midlothian

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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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Swettenham Mill Swettenham Cheshire East

Hi I would just like to let anyone visiting this site know that I am building a website on Swettenham Mill and you can visit it at http://swettenhammillmyblog.wordpress.com/

Gary Tacagni, 23 October 2014

1, Abson Road Pucklechurch South Gloucestershire

This building was The White Hart Hotel in a previous life.

Bob Pedwell, 23 October 2014

13 East Grinstead West Sussex

This entry relates to the Manse for Zion Chapel. The Manse stood immediately to the west of the surviving chapel and was demolished in the mid 1970s.

Roy Henderson, 23 October 2014

Couch Mill Boconnoc Cornwall

This building's name is Couch's Mill, the same as the hamlet where it is situated.

Kay Halley, 22 October 2014

The Boars Head Inn Rotherfield East Sussex

The building was impressive unlike the people running the pub, where there was a board outside stating 'Meals 2 for the price of 1' Mondsy to Thursday but when we went to pay we were charged the full price and when we questioned this we were told it was only [...]

Kevin Fleming, 20 October 2014

Greenbank Chester Cheshire West and Chester

Hi I went here when it was a catering college and I thought it was an amazing building with such lovey features....i walked past it today and thought it was a shame to be covered up and in such disrepair....so I was just wondering what is happening to it and [...]

claire leonard, 19 October 2014

The Trooper Inn 127 Newport Isle of Wight

Demolished sometime in late 20th century - 2014 site is car park for Enterprise Rent-A-Car

, 19 October 2014

Monument to David Evans Trealaw Rhondda Cynon Taf

We are told that this is our great-great grandfather, whose son Moses emigrated to the US to Scranton, Pennsylvania, in the late 1800's. We are also told that David Evans was greatly loved and respected and that his funeral procession, following his sudden death from a heart attack on a [...]

Diane Reamer-Evans, 19 October 2014

Seymour House 26 Newport Isle of Wight

Demolished - site now (2014) Sea Street Car Park

Antony Barton, 18 October 2014

53, King Street Blackburn Blackburn with Darwen

unfortunately, this building has been demolished to make way for major road works. Luckily, some of the more architecturally interesting features (such as the door surrounds) have been saved for future use in Blackburn Museum.

alex critchley, 17 October 2014

Battery Hotel Nettlestone and Seaview Isle of Wight

Renamed "The Boat House" circa 2008

Antony Barton, 16 October 2014

The Cranbourne Arms Public House Newport Isle of Wight

2011 - Co-operative Funeralcare

Antony Barton, 16 October 2014

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