Grade II Listed

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List Of Canal Aqueducts In The United Kingdom
2.316814°W / 53.527344 -2.316814 (Clifton Aqueduct) Grade II listed building, crosses the River Irwell Cosgrove Aqueduct Grand Union Canal Benjamin. 53.7335°N 2.4926°W / 53.7335 -2.4926 (Ewood Aqueduct) Grade II listed building, crosses the River Darwen B6447 Lichfield Canal Aqueduct Lichfield Canal 52°39′19″N 1°54′06″W / 52.655164. 54.0683167 -2.7891861 (Lune Aqueduct) Grade II listed building, crosses the River Lune Marple Aqueduct Peak Forest Canal Benjamin Outram and Thomas Brown 53°24′26″N 2°04′09″W ...
Little Thetford - Notable Buildings
... George's Church, a Grade II* listed building, is part of the Ely Team Ministry ... The Horseshoes is a Grade II listed residential thatched cottage, which was originally the Three Horseshoes public house, a 17th-century pink-painted cottage built to follow the curve of the road ... April Thatch is a former public house, now a Grade II listed residential property ...
Llangovan - History and Amenities
... The small village church, dedicated to St Govan, is a Grade II* Listed Building ... The churchyard contains an ornate medieval stone cross which is a Grade II listed building ... Lawrence, once home of Sir Geoffrey David Inkin, the High Sheriff of Gwent, is also a Grade II listed building ...
List Of Shopping Arcades In Cardiff - Current Shopping Arcades - Victorian and Edwardian
... Street and Trinity Street in the Castle Quarter Central Market is a Grade II* Listed building ... Street High Street Castle Arcade opened in 1887 and is a Grade II* Listed building ... Arcade 1902 Duke Street High Street Arcade Duke Street Arcade opened in 1902 is a Grade II Listed building ...
Bentworth - Notable Landmarks - St Mary's Church and War Memorial - Other Houses
... A Grade II listed building since 31 May 1985, the cottage was originally built during the 16th century, with late 18th-century and early 19th-century ... It became a Grade II listed building on 31 July 1963 ... A Grade II listed building since 31 May 1985, much of the current building dates to the 17th and early 19th centuries ...

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