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Stayley Hall

Stayley Hall, also known as Staley Hall, is a Grade II* Listed Building in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester. The structure dates back to at least the early 15th century. The first records of the de Stavelegh family as Lords of the Manor of Staley ...



Torksey is a small village in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 875. It is situated on the A156 road, 7 miles south of Gainsborough and 9 miles north-west of the city of ...


Trethevy Quoit

Trethevy Quoit is a well-preserved megalithic tomb that lies between St Cleer and Darite in Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is known locally as "the giants house". Standing 9 feet high, it consists of five standing stones capped by a large slab and ...


Twizell Castle

Twizell Castle is a Grade II* listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument which stands on a bend of the River Till at Tillmouth Park, Northumberland, northern England. Below it, the medieval Twizell Bridge spans the river. It is located 10 m ...


Wattlesborough Castle

Wattlesborough Tower is a ruined fortified 13th-century manor house or Tower House in Shropshire. It is situated close to the boundary with Powys in Wales. Wattlesborough is a former township within the present parish of Alberbury. The castle is ...


Wingfield Manor

Wingfield Manor is a ruined manor house left deserted since the 1770s, near the village of South Wingfield and some four miles west of the town of Alfreton in the English county of Derbyshire. There is a working farm that forms part of the old ma ...


Winstanley Hall

Winstanley Hall is a late 16th-century house in Winstanley, in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, Greater Manchester. It is listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade II* listed building. Originally built for the Winstanley family, the bu ...


Wychbury Ring

Wychbury Ring is an Iron Age hill fort located on Wychbury Hill, near Hagley, Stourbridge, on the border of West Midlands and Worcestershire in the English Midlands.


Structures on the Heritage at Risk register in London


Structures on the Heritage at Risk register in Somerset


Structures formerly on the Heritage at Risk register


Structures on the Heritage at Risk register in Tyne and Wear


Structures on the Heritage at Risk register in Warwickshire


Banqueting House, Gibside

The Banqueting House is an 18th-century building, part of the Gibside estate, near Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Its style has been described as "Gothick". A banqueting house is defined as a separate building reached through pleasure gardens from ...


Beamsley Hospital

Beamsley Hospital is an Almshouse building located near Skipton, in North Yorkshire, and founded in 1593 by the Lady Margaret Russell, the Countess of Cumberland. She had originally intended for the construction of accommodation for 13 poor widow ...


Brinkburn Mill

Brinkburn Mill is a water mill located near Rothbury, in Northumberland. It once formed part of the precincts of Brinkburn Priory and was constructed in around 1800 on the site of a former medieval mill. After the dissolution of the monasteries, ...


Cawood Castle

Cawood Castle is a grade I listed building in Cawood, a village in North Yorkshire, England. The surviving fifteenth-century structures formed part of a fortified medieval palace belonging to the Archbishops of York, which was dismantled in the a ...


Freston Tower

By 1730, the tower was available to let, complete with furniture. Between 1772 and 1779, Freston Tower was used for small-pox patients under inoculation.


Gurney Manor

Gurney Manor in Cannington, Somerset, England is a 13th-century manor house with an attached chapel wing. It is now supported by the Landmark Trust and is available as holiday accommodation. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building and ...


Kingswear Castle

Kingswear Castle is an artillery fort, built to protect Dartmouth harbour in Devon, England. It was constructed between 1491 and 1502 in response to the threat of French attack and was one of the first purpose-built artillery forts in Britain. By ...


Laughton Place

Laughton Place is a historic building near Lewes, Sussex owned by the Landmark Trust. The Pelham family bought Laughton Place, an old fortified manor, in 1466; it was rebuilt in 1534 by William Pelham. Laughton Tower was restored under the superv ...


Manor Farm, Diss

Manor Farm, a property belonging to the Landmark Trust, is located at Pulham Market, near the town of Diss, in Norfolk, England. The house is a Grade II listed building.


Marshal Wades House

Marshal Wades House at 14 Abbey Church Yard, Bath, Somerset, England was built around 1700 and has been designated as a Grade I listed building. The building was originally attributed to Lord Burlington and thought to have been built in 1730, how ...


Morpeth Castle

Morpeth Castle is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade I listed building at Morpeth, Northumberland, in northeast England. It has been restored by the Landmark Trust and is now available as a holiday rental home.


Listed buildings in England by grade


Listed churches in England


Springhead, Kent

Springhead lies at the source of the River Ebbsfleet, just southwest of the Gravesend suburban conurbations. Springhead forms one of the major quarters of the Ebbsfleet Valley development, with housing and the associated facilities now under cons ...


Cheddar Palace

The Cheddar Palace was established in the 9th century, in Cheddar, Somerset, England. It was a royal hunting lodge in the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods and hosted the Witenagemot in the 10th century. Nearby are the ruins of the 14th century St ...


Goldsborough, Scarborough

Goldsborough is a small hamlet in the civil parish of Lythe, North Yorkshire, England within the North York Moors National Park. It is situated a few miles west of Whitby. It was the site of a Roman signal station.


Great Casterton

Great Casterton is a village and civil parish in the county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England. It is located at the crossing of the Roman Ermine Street and the River Gwash.


Keal Cotes

Keal Cotes, forming part of West Keal parish, is a small linear village in East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated on the A16 road, 1 mile south from West Keal and 1 mile north from Stickford. The nearest market town is Spi ...


Nettleton, Wiltshire

Nettleton is a village and civil parish about 6.5 miles northwest of Chippenham in Wiltshire, England. The parish includes the villages of Burton and West Kington, and the hamlets of Horsedown, Nettleton Shrub and West Kington Wick. The northern ...


Archaeology of Ashdown Forest

Ashdown Forest contains a wealth of archeological features. Absence of ploughing, predominance of heathland and lack of building development have allowed archaeological sites to survive and remain visible. More than 570 such sites have been ident ...


Roman sites in Cheshire


Roman sites in Cumbria


Roman sites in Devon


Roman sites in Dorset


Roman sites in County Durham


Roman sites in Hertfordshire


Roman sites in Lincolnshire


Roman sites in Norfolk


Roman sites in North Yorkshire


Roman sites in Northumberland


Roman sites in Tyne and Wear


Roman villas in England


Stopham Bridge


Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Bedfordshire


Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Berkshire


Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Bristol


Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Buckinghamshire

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