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St Leonard's Church, Aldrington - History
... New lancet windows were installed at various times after World War II, as was a lychgate on the southern side ... The church was listed as Grade II in 1950 ... The church was listed at Grade II by English Heritage on 24 March 1950 ...
History Of Barrow-in-Furness - Culture - Architecture
... Barrow has 8 Grade I listed buildings, 15 Grade II* and 249 Grade II buildings ... The majority of Grade I listed buildings and structures are in and around the Furness Abbey complex while many Grade II* listed buildings in the town are 19th century tenements on Barrow Island including the ...
Listed Buildings In The United Kingdom
... buildings are used in different parts of the United Kingdom England and Wales Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II Scotland Category A, Category B and Category C(s) Northern Ireland Grade ...
Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City - Locations - Duke Street Conservation Area/ Ropewalks
... Listed Buildings Bluecoat Chambers (Grade I) 105 Duke Street (Grade II) The Bridewell (Grade II) Thomas Parr's House and Warehouse (Grade II) 12 Hanover Street (Grade II) 33 Argyle Street (Grade ...
Listed Buildings In Crawley
... Although Crawley expanded substantially after World War II when it was designated a New Town by an Act of Parliament, many older buildings remain ... There are three grades of listing status Grade I, defined as being of "exceptional interest" Grade II*, "particularly important buildings of more than special interest" and Grade II, used for buildings ... Crawley has three buildings of Grade I status, 12 listed at Grade II* and 87 of Grade II status ...

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