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Listed Buildings in Winston, County Durham

  1. II Barn Attached to West of Park Farmhouse Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  2. II Bramble Cottage Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  3. II Bridgewater Arms (West Section)
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  4. II Byre and Attached Cart Shed 40 Metres North of Walker Hall
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  5. II Church Hill
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  6. I Church of St Andrew Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  7. II Coach-House and Stables, 40 Metres West of Newsham Hall Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  8. II Coach-House, 30 Metres North of Stubb House
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  9. II Ivy Cottage Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  10. II Manor Cottage
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  11. II Milestone, 120 Metres South of Junction with A67
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  12. II Milestone, 150 Metres East of Junction with Tarn Lane
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  13. II Milestone, 60 Metres South of East Lodge of Westholme Hall
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  14. II Newsham Hall Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  15. II Outbuilding Attached to Right of Walker Hall
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  16. II Park Farmhouse and Garden Wall Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  17. II* Stubb House Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  18. II The Cobblers
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  19. II The Croft Photos
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  20. II The Mount
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  21. II Walker Hall and Garden Wall to South
    Winston, County Durham, DL2
  22. II* Westholme Hall
    Winston, County Durham, DL2

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