Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Monuments in Barnsley

  1. Anglo-Saxon period cross in churchyard of All Saints
    Cawthorne
  2. Boundary and wayside cross known as Catshaw Cross
    Dunford
  3. Cross in the churchyard of All Saints' Church, Darfield
    Darfield Ward
  4. Dovecote at Glebe Farm
    Tankersley
  5. East Gawber Hall colliery fanhouse, 800m north east of Croft Farm
    St Helens Ward
  6. Hallsteads moated site, Grimethorpe
    North East Ward
  7. Heavy Anti-aircraft gunsite 330m south east of Lowfield Farm
    Dearne South Ward
  8. Hemingfield Colliery
    Hoyland Milton Ward
  9. Late prehistoric settlement in Notton Park, 650m north west of Lee Lane Farm
    Royston Ward
  10. Low Mill furnace
    Dodworth Ward
  11. Monk Bretton Priory Cluniac and Benedictine monastery: monastic precinct and two fishponds Photos
    Monk Bretton Ward
  12. Monk Bretton standing cross
    Monk Bretton Ward
  13. Rockley blast furnace Photos
    Penistone East Ward
  14. Rockley engine house Photos
    Penistone East Ward
  15. Romano-British settlements at Finkle Street
    Wortley
  16. Romano-British settlements in Wombwell Wood
    Wombwell Ward
  17. Silkstone 17th century glassworks and 18th century pottery, 180m east of All Saints Church
    Silkstone
  18. The former Elsecar Ironworks
    Hoyland Milton Ward
  19. The former Elsecar New Colliery, including the Elsecar Newcomen Engine
    Hoyland Milton Ward
  20. Water powered bloomery, iron forge and rolling mill at Low Forge
    Hunshelf
  21. Wayside cross at Howbrook crossroads
    Wortley
  22. Wayside cross known as Kirk Cross
    Royston Ward
  23. Wayside cross known as the Cundy Cross Photos
    Wortley
  24. Wayside cross on Langsett Moor known as Lady Cross Photos
    Dunford
  25. Wayside cross south of Hartcliff Road
    Penistone
  26. Wortley Top Forge
    Hunshelf

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