Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Monuments in Wakefield

  1. Boundary cross on the corner of Ferrybridge Road and Stumpcross Lane
    Pontefract North Ward
  2. Bridge and medieval gateway at Walton Hall
    Walton
  3. Churchyard cross at the Parish Church of St Luke and All Saints
    Darrington
  4. Deserted medieval village of Hodroyd, Felkirk
    South Hiendley
  5. Dovecote 90m south of Hall Farm
    Sharlston
  6. Facade of Bridge Chapel in grounds of Kettlethorpe Hall
    Wakefield South Ward
  7. Ferrybridge Henge, a prehistoric enclosure, and two round barrows
    Knottingley Ward
  8. Ferrybridge near Knottingley
    Knottingley Ward
  9. Henge on Birkwood Common
    Normanton
  10. Kinsley moat and fishpond
    Hemsworth
  11. Lowe Hill motte and bailey castle
    Wakefield West Ward
  12. Medieval buildings at Nostell Priory Farm
    Huntwick with Foulby and Nostell
  13. New Hall moat and fishpond
    Sitlington
  14. Newland Preceptory
    Stanley and Outwood East Ward
  15. Pontefract Castle: part of late Saxon cemetery and town ditch, Norman motte and bailey castle and la Photos
    Pontefract North Ward
  16. Prehistoric enclosed settlement known as South Kirkby Camp
    South Kirkby and Moorthorpe
  17. Roman Bath House, Castleford
    Castleford Central and Glasshoughton Ward
  18. Roman Fort and Associated Features 150m South-West of Standing Flat Bridge
    Thorpe Audlin
  19. Sandal Castle: motte and bailey castle and shell keep castle Photos
    Wakefield South Ward
  20. Shaft head and associated headgear near Caphouse Colliery, Overton
    Sitlington
  21. Sharlston Common coal and ironstone workings
    Sharlston
  22. Site of post-medieval tannery, Felkirk
    South Hiendley
  23. St John's Priory
    Pontefract North Ward
  24. Stanley Ferry aqueduct
    Stanley and Outwood East Ward
  25. Wakefield Bridge
    Wakefield East Ward

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