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Scheduled Monuments in Lancashire

  1. Ashnott lead mine and lime kiln
    Newton
  2. Askew Heights univallate prehistoric defended enclosure and hollow way
    Quernmore
  3. Badger Hole, Warton Crag
    Warton
  4. Bailey Hall moated site, fishponds and chantry of St John the Baptist.
    Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley
  5. Bank House Bridge, Wycoller
    Trawden Forest
  6. Beadle Hill Romano-British farmstead
    Briercliffe
  7. Bellmanpark lime kilns and part of an associated tramway 180m north west of Bellman Farm Photos
    Clitheroe
  8. Bleara Lowe round cairn
    Kelbrook and Sough
  9. Bleasdale Circle enclosed Bronze Age urnfield
    Bleasdale
  10. Boar's Den bowl barrow
    Wrightington
  11. Bomber Camp Romano-British farmstead and associated enclosure
    Bracewell and Brogden
  12. Bowl barrow 140m east of Beadle Hill
    Briercliffe
  13. Bowl barrow 155m east of Beadle Hill
    Briercliffe
  14. Bowl barrow 170m north east of Hacking Boat House
    Billington and Langho
  15. Bowl barrow 250m north of Hacking Boat House
    Billington and Langho
  16. Bowl barrow 90m east of Twist Castle
    Briercliffe
  17. Bowl barrow on Hameldon Pasture
    Worsthorne-with-Hurstwood
  18. Bradley Hall, moated site, fishponds and connecting channels
    Eccleston
  19. Bretters Farm moated site and two fishponds
    Heath Charnock
  20. Brooks Farm packhorse bridge
    Bleasdale
  21. Burscough Augustinian Priory
    West Lancashire - Derby Ward
  22. Burwains Camp prehistoric defended settlement west of Broad Bank Hill
    Briercliffe
  23. Camp House moated site, moated outwork and connecting channels Photos
    Hornby-with-Farleton
  24. Castercliff small multivallate hillfort
    Nelson
  25. Castle Haugh Ringwork, Newsholme
    Newsholme
  26. Castle Hill motte
    Penwortham
  27. Castle Hill motte and bailey, Halton
    Halton-with-Aughton
  28. Castle Hill motte, Dolphinholme
    Ellel
  29. Castle Hill prehistoric defended enclosure
    Leck
  30. Castle Mound motte and bailey, Melling
    Melling-with-Wrayton
  31. Castle Stede motte and bailey, Hornby
    Hornby-with-Farleton
  32. Chapel Hill Motte, Arkholme Photos
    Arkholme-with-Cawood
  33. Chingle Hall moated site
    Whittingham
  34. Claughton hlaew in Sandhole Wood
    Claughton
  35. Clitheroe Castle; medieval enclosure castle
    Clitheroe
  36. Cockersand Premonstratensian Abbey
    Thurnham
  37. Cromwell's Mound Civil War fieldwork
    Preston - Sharoe Green Ward
  38. Cross Hall moated site
    West Lancashire - Derby Ward
  39. Croston Town Bridge
    Croston
  40. Dog Holes Cave Photos
    Warton
  41. Dovecote at Great Eccleston, 150m north east of Gradwells
    Great Eccleston
  42. Downham lime kiln and associated lime yard 50m north of Smithfield Farm Photos
    Downham
  43. Eadsford (or Edisford) Bridge
    Great Mitton
  44. Earthworks in Spa Roughs Wood
    Lathom
  45. Garstang market cross
    Garstang
  46. Glass melting and annealing workshop; part of Shrigley and Hunt's stained glass manufacturing worksh
    Lancaster - Castle Ward
  47. Glasson Dock
    Thurnham
  48. Greenhalgh Castle, cultivation terraces south east of the castle, and site of Greenhalgh manor house
    Barnacre-with-Bonds
  49. Halsall medieval rectory
    Halsall
  50. Hameldon Hill World War II bombing decoy, 390m north of Heights Farm
    Dunnockshaw
  51. Hapton Castle
    Hapton
  52. Headless Cross, Grimeford
    Anderton
  53. High cross in St Peter's churchyard, Heysham
    Lancaster - Heysham Central Ward
  54. High cross in St Wilfrid's churchyard, Halton
    Halton-with-Aughton
  55. Higher Mill, Helmshore
    Rossendale - Helmshore Ward
  56. Higherford Old Bridge
    Barrowford
  57. Hornby Bridge
    Hornby-with-Farleton
  58. Ice house at Towneley Hall
    Burnley - Rosehill with Burnley Wood Ward
  59. Ightenhill Manor (site of)
    Ightenhill
  60. Ingrave Farm moated site, moated site 100m west of Ingrave Farm and connecting channel, Eccleston
    Eccleston
  61. Length of Roman road north of Bateson's Farm
    Bowland Forest Low
  62. Little Painley bowl barrow
    Gisburn
  63. Loyn Bridge Photos
    Hornby-with-Farleton
  64. Moated site 50m north east of Holden Green Farm.
    Bolton-by-Bowland
  65. Moated site and fishponds east of Upp Hall Farm.
    Priest Hutton
  66. Moated site and two fishponds south of Manor House Farm
    Much Hoole
  67. Moated site at Bickerstaffe Hall.
    Bickerstaffe
  68. Moated site of Clayton Hall, adjacent fishponds and channels
    Clayton-le-Woods
  69. Moated site of Scarisbrick Hall.
    Scarisbrick
  70. Northern part of Rimington lead mines, part of a medieval open field system and three limestone clam
    Rimington
  71. Oakmount Mill engine and engine house, Wiseman Street
    Burnley - Trinity Ward
  72. Part of a Roman fort and its associated vicus and remains of a pre-Conquest monastery and a Benedict
    Lancaster - Castle Ward
  73. Paythorne Bridge
    Newsholme
  74. Penwortham Old Bridge
    Preston - Riversway Ward
  75. Pike Low bowl barrow and site of beacon, Bonfire Hill
    Briercliffe
  76. Pike Stones chambered long cairn
    Anglezarke
  77. Portfield hillfort
    Whalley
  78. Prehistoric defended enclosure and six adjacent hut circles at Tatham Park
    Tatham
  79. Prehistoric, Romano-British, medieval and early post-medieval settlements, field systems and a deer
    Burrow-with-Burrow
  80. Remains of Aspen Colliery, associated beehive coking ovens and canal basin
    Hyndburn - St Oswald's Ward
  81. Ribchester Roman fort (Bremetennacum)
    Ribchester
  82. Ring cairn 25m east of Ell Clough
    Briercliffe
  83. Ring cairn on Slipper Hill
    Worsthorne-with-Hurstwood
  84. Roman fort and civil settlement, Over Burrow
    Burrow-with-Burrow
  85. Roman kilns 25yds (20m) north east of Fairyhill Cottage
    Quernmore
  86. Roman milestone 500ft (150m) south east of Overtown Farm
    Burrow-with-Burrow
  87. Roman settlement and industrial area at Winery Lane
    South Ribble - Samlesbury & Walton Ward
  88. Roman signal station on Mellor Moor
    Mellor
  89. Romano-British enclosed hut circle settlement 375m ENE of Collingholme
    Tunstall
  90. Round cairn 230m east of Manor Farm
    Borwick
  91. Round cairn 230m west of Bleara Lowe
    Kelbrook and Sough
  92. Round cairn on Hameldon Pasture
    Worsthorne-with-Hurstwood
  93. Round cairn on Noon Hill
    Rivington
  94. Round cairn on Parlick Pike
    Chipping
  95. Round cairn on Summerhouse Hill
    Yealand Conyers
  96. Round cairn on Thornley Hall Fell, 430m east of Meg Hall
    Thornley-with-Wheatley
  97. Round cairn on Winter Hill
    Rivington
  98. Round Loaf bowl barrow on Anglezarke Moor
    Heapey
  99. Rufford moated site
    Rufford
  100. Saucer barrow 90m east of Ell Clough
    Briercliffe
  101. Sawley Cistercian abbey and associated earthworks
    Sawley
  102. Scarisbrick Park holy well
    Scarisbrick
  103. Scarisbrick Park wayside cross
    Scarisbrick
  104. Sellet Bank prehistoric defended enclosure
    Whittington
  105. Site of the Old Hall
    Newsholme
  106. Skerton Bridge
    Lancaster - Skerton East Ward
  107. Small stone circle on Delf Hill
    Briercliffe
  108. Spigot mortar (Blacker Bombard) position
    Hapton
  109. St Patrick's early Christian chapel and associated cemetery, Lower Heysham
    Lancaster - Heysham Central Ward
  110. Stock medieval settlement and part of its associated medieval open field system
    Bracewell and Brogden
  111. Stone circle on Summerhouse Hill
    Yealand Conyers
  112. The Hall Bridge, Wycoller
    Trawden Forest
  113. The Old Lower Hodder Bridge
    Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley
  114. Thieveley lead mine 330m south west and 910m WSW of Buckleys
    Cliviger
  115. Three high crosses in St Mary's churchyard
    Whalley
  116. Torrisholme bowl barrow
    Morecambe
  117. Twist Castle Romano-British farmstead
    Briercliffe
  118. Twiston lime kiln and associated tramway 250m east of Twiston Mill
    Twiston
  119. Two Romano-British farmsteads known as Ring Stones
    Worsthorne-with-Hurstwood
  120. Univallate prehistoric defended enclosure, hollow way and secondary enclosure 250m north of Claughto
    Claughton
  121. Up Holland Benedictine priory
    Up Holland
  122. Warren at Everage Clough 450m north east of New Copy Farm
    Habergham Eaves
  123. Warton Crag small multivallate hillfort
    Warton
  124. Warton Old Rectory
    Warton
  125. Whalley Bridge
    Billington and Langho
  126. Whalley Cistercian abbey
    Whalley
  127. Whittington motte and bailey castle
    Whittington
  128. Wycoller Hall
    Trawden Forest
  129. Wycoller packhorse bridge
    Trawden Forest

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