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Listed Collection

Discover the hidden gems of history and architecture with these listed landmarks across the UK

Background imageListed Collection: Shakespeare Memorial Theatre

Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
Theatre of 1874-9, rebuilt 1929-32 after fire, except for library block and part of auditorium. Located in Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire. IoE 366450

Background imageListed Collection: Mow Cop Castle

Mow Cop Castle
Ruinous folly built as a summer house. IoE 273340

Background imageListed Collection: Labworth Cafe, Canvey Island

Labworth Cafe, Canvey Island
A pioneering building of the Modern Movement, and one of the only architectural designs by Ove Arup. Canvey Island, Essex. IoE 461758

Background imageListed Collection: East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby

East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby
Picturesque shot of the lighthouse at Whitby, North Yorkshire. IoE 437029

Background imageListed Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Brunels landmark bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, Bristol. IoE 379208

Background imageListed Collection: Hartshead Pike Tower

Hartshead Pike Tower
Atmospheric shot of the circular tower at Ashton Under Lyne. IoE 212656

Background imageListed Collection: Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
Jamaica Inn, a Grade II listed building on Bodmin Moor near Bolventor, Cornwall, built as a coaching inn in 1750. Popular with smugglers

Background imageListed Collection: Fulwell Mill

Fulwell Mill
Tower windmill. c1821, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. IoE 391534

Background imageListed Collection: Foxton Locks

Foxton Locks
Staircase flight of 10 locks on the Grand Union Canal. Foxton, Leicestershire. IoE 191334

Background imageListed Collection: Denmark Hill Station

Denmark Hill Station
A rare and unusually complete example of a Victorian suburban station. IoE 471474

Background imageListed Collection: Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral
Landmark medieval building, surrounded by a close and boasting the tallest spire in England. IoE 318954

Background imageListed Collection: Delph Locks

Delph Locks
A closely-spaced flight of narrow locks on the Stourbridge Canal. Known locally as " Nine Locks" although only eight now remain. IoE 217976

Background imageListed Collection: Severn Bridge

Severn Bridge
Grade I listed First Severn Crossing carrying the M4. It was by far the longest span in England when it was built. Gloucestershire. IoE 479259

Background imageListed Collection: Ashby De La Zouch Castle

Ashby De La Zouch Castle
Now a ruin, the castle began as a manor house in the 12th century. Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire. IoE 187707

Background imageListed Collection: Telephone Kiosk, Hardknott Pass

Telephone Kiosk, Hardknott Pass
Picturesque view of rural Cumbria showing type K6 telephone box in foreground. IoE 76298

Background imageListed Collection: Cowdray Park 29846_038

Cowdray Park 29846_038
Cowdray House, Cowdray Park, West Sussex. The great Tudor mansion burned down in 1793, but the ruins have been preserved and are Listed

Background imageListed Collection: The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales

The Transporter at Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
The Newport Transporter Bridge - a transporter bridge crossing the River Usk in Newport, South Wales (Monmouthshire). A Grade I listed structure, designed by French engineer Ferdinand Arnodin

Background imageListed Collection: Odeon Cinema

Odeon Cinema
1936 by Harry Weedon In the Modern Movement style of the Odeon circuit. Located in Harrogate, West Yorkshire. IoE 382334

Background imageListed Collection: Bandstand and Viewing Decks, Eastbourne

Bandstand and Viewing Decks, Eastbourne
Bandstand set in a sweeping open colonnaded arcade facing two covered viewing decks topped with an open viewing area, Eastbourne, East Sussex. IoE 471323

Background imageListed Collection: Telephone Box

Telephone Box
A rare example of a K4 telephone kiosk, designed 1927 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. Frodsham, Cheshire. IoE 436820

Background imageListed Collection: New Tyne Bridge

New Tyne Bridge
Of historic interest as a forerunner of the larger Sydney Harbour bridge built by the same company. IoE 430244

Background imageListed Collection: Pottery Works, Stoke on Trent

Pottery Works, Stoke on Trent
Main range of pottery works, now visitor centre and factory shop. IoE 384378

Background imageListed Collection: Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral

Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral
Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, 1962-7, with earlier crypt by Lutyens. IoE 359118

Background imageListed Collection: Lime Street Station

Lime Street Station
Main entrance to Liverpool Lime Street, one of the first stations to send mail by train. IoE 359020

Background imageListed Collection: Crane, Shropshire Union Canal

Crane, Shropshire Union Canal
Picturesque view of boats on the canal with the crane behind. IoE 255688

Background imageListed Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
Distinctive London landmark designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. IoE 207028

Background imageListed Collection: Hoover Building

Hoover Building
Possibly the most significant arterial road factory of its date. IoE 201068

Background imageListed Collection: Cockersand Abbey, Lancashire

Cockersand Abbey, Lancashire
Grade I listed chapter house of Cockersand Abbey near Lancaster. IoE 182270

Background imageListed Collection: Piel Castle

Piel Castle
Grade I listed ruins of castle, Piel Island, Barrow in Furness. IoE 388354

Background imageListed Collection: University Tower and Wills Memorial Building

University Tower and Wills Memorial Building
The Bristol skyline from Cabots Tower showing part of the University in the foreground. IoE 380278

Background imageListed Collection: Blaise Castle

Blaise Castle
Sham Castle c1766, set within the magnificent Blaise Estate, Bristol. IoE 379730

Background imageListed Collection: Truro Cathedral

Truro Cathedral
The grade I listed building, viewed from the south west across the rooftops. IoE 377394

Background imageListed Collection: Mattingley Church

Mattingley Church
Grade I timber-framed church, Hampshire. IoE 136875

Background imageListed Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Byker. Tom Collins House forms part of the Byker Wall

England, Tyne and Wear, Byker. Tom Collins House forms part of the Byker Wall, an award winning design comprising of a continuous block of maisonettes conceived by Ralph Erskrine

Background imageListed Collection: The Day Mark

The Day Mark
The earliest surviving dated example of a beacon in the British Isles. IoE 62460

Background imageListed Collection: Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales

Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales
Cornelia Bayley owner of Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire. She is seated in the sitting room with a very large dog

Background imageListed Collection: The Chapel, Lancing College

The Chapel, Lancing College
Particularly fine example of Gothic Revival style. IoE 297259

Background imageListed Collection: Barnsley Main 28323_039

Barnsley Main 28323_039
Barnsley Main Colliery, South Yorkshire. The surviving engine house and the pithead structures at the disused colliery. Now Listed Grade II

Background imageListed Collection: Ascent of Coxwells balloon, Crystal Palace, London

Ascent of Coxwells balloon, Crystal Palace, London
The scientific ascent of Mr H Coxwells Mammoth Balloon from the Crystal Palace, London. Listing below the names of various passengers of Mr Coxwell. 1862

Background imageListed Collection: The Leas Lift, Folkestone

The Leas Lift, Folkestone
Only the 3rd lift in England to be built operating by water balance. Folkestone, Kent. IoE 175454

Background imageListed Collection: K1 Telephone Kiosk

K1 Telephone Kiosk
Rare survival of an early telephone box. Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. IoE 168191

Background imageListed Collection: Telephone Kiosk

Telephone Kiosk
K6 Telephone box with blurred image of woman in doorway. Ombersley, Worcestershire. IoE 432310

Background imageListed Collection: Reaps Cross

Reaps Cross
Wayside cross in an isolated position on wild moorland overlooking Gorple Lower Reservoir, West Yorkshire. IoE 423310

Background imageListed Collection: Two K6 Telephone Kiosks

Two K6 Telephone Kiosks
Pair of white K6 telephone boxes, 15 Metres South of Carnegie Library, Kingston Upon Hull, East Yorkshire. IoE 387437

Background imageListed Collection: Telephone Kiosk

Telephone Kiosk
Type K6 telephone box, situated on The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon. IoE 473853

Background imageListed Collection: Signal Box

Signal Box
Great Northern Railway Signal Box, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. IoE 469273

Background imageListed Collection: Clock Tower

Clock Tower
Gothic cast iron clock tower located in Downham Market, Norfolk IoE 221149

Background imageListed Collection: Bridge over River Welland

Bridge over River Welland
Picturesque view of the bridge at Market Deeping on the Lincolnshire / Cambridgeshire border. IoE 194497

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Discover the hidden gems of history and architecture with these listed landmarks across the UK. From the enchanting Mow Cop Castle to the majestic Salisbury Cathedral, each site tells a unique story that transcends time. Ascend Hartshead Pike Tower for breathtaking panoramic views or admire the industrial beauty of Fulwell Mill. Marvel at the engineering marvel that is Clifton Suspension Bridge or enjoy a seaside treat at Labworth Cafe in Canvey Island. Let East Pier Lighthouse guide you through Whitby's maritime past while Jamaica Inn stands as a testament to Cornwall's smuggling heritage. Experience The Transporter's innovative design in Newport, Wales or witness Foxton Locks' impressive canal system in action. Denmark Hill Station exudes Victorian charm while Delph Locks showcases England's waterway heritage. Immerse yourself in history and culture as you explore these remarkable listed sites.