Grade I Listed Buildings in Derbyshire - North East Derbyshire

North East Derbyshire

  • Church of All Saints, Ashover
  • Church of SS Peter & Paul, Brampton
  • Church of St John the Baptist, Dronfield
  • Church of SS Peter & Paul, Eckington
  • Renishaw Hall, Eckington
  • Church of St Lawrence, North Wingfield
  • Sutton Scarsdale Hall
  • Church of All Saints, Wingerworth

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