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Scheduled Ancient Monuments in the Historic County of Cheshire

  1. 14th century kiln
    Ashton Hayes and Horton-cum-Peel
  2. Abbey Green Roman site
    Chester City Ward
  3. Aldford motte and bailey and shell keep castle Photos
    Aldford and Saighton
  4. Anderton Boat Lift, aqueduct, basins, meter building, toll houses and buried remains of salt chutes,
    Anderton with Marbury
  5. Augustinian Abbey known as Norton Priory
    Windmill Hill Ward
  6. Bank Quay transporter bridge
    Bewsey and Whitecross Ward
  7. Beeston cast iron lock
    Tiverton and Tilstone Fearnall
  8. Beeston Castle; medieval enclosure castle and site of late prehistoric hillfort
    Beeston
  9. Belgrave moated site and medieval garden
    Poulton and Pulford
  10. Belmont moated site and fishpond
    Great Budworth
  11. Birkenhead Priory
    Birkenhead and Tranmere Ward
  12. Bostock Hall moated site.
    Bostock
  13. Bowl barrow 100m west of Black Rock Farm
    Rainow
  14. Bowl barrow 120m east of Village Lane
    Whitley
  15. Bowl barrow 120m north-east of Rose Farm
    Coddington
  16. Bowl barrow 120m south-east of Fishpool Lane Farm
    Delamere and Oakmere
  17. Bowl barrow 140m east of Long Lane
    Bickerton
  18. Bowl barrow 140m south-east of Fishpool Lane Farm
    Delamere and Oakmere
  19. Bowl barrow 160m north-east of Moultonbank Farm
    Moulton
  20. Bowl barrow 160m south of Blue Boar Farm
    Rainow
  21. Bowl barrow 200m north-east of Capesthorne Hall
    Siddington
  22. Bowl barrow 230m west-south-west of Birtles Hall
    Over Alderley
  23. Bowl barrow 250m SSE of Meadows Farm
    Shocklach Oviatt and District
  24. Bowl barrow 300m WSW of Fishpool Lane Farm
    Utkinton and Cotebrook
  25. Bowl barrow 30m south-west of Fishpool Lane Farm
    Delamere and Oakmere
  26. Bowl barrow 370m east-south-east of Bearhurst Farm
    Henbury
  27. Bowl barrow 450m east-north-east of Swettenham Hall
    Swettenham
  28. Bowl barrow 450m south-east of Capesthorne Hall
    Siddington
  29. Bowl barrow 500m south-south-west of Home Farm
    Lower Withington
  30. Bowl barrow 50m south of Jodrell Bank Farm
    Twemlow
  31. Bowl barrow 50m south of summit of Sponds Hill
    Pott Shrigley
  32. Bowl barrow 550m south-east of Jodrell Bank Farm
    Twemlow
  33. Bowl barrow 60m north of junction of London Road and Bonis Hall Lane
    Prestbury
  34. Bowl barrow 700m south-east of Jodrell Bank Farm
    Twemlow
  35. Bowl barrow 70m east of Fishpool Lane Farm
    Delamere and Oakmere
  36. Bowl barrow 800m south-east of Jodrell Bank Farm
    Twemlow
  37. Bowl barrow at Charles Head
    Lyme Handley
  38. Bowl barrow at Ox Close
    Pott Shrigley
  39. Bowl barrow east of path in Knightslow Wood
    Lyme Handley
  40. Bowl barrow in Carden Park
    Carden
  41. Bowl barrow in Lavenham Close, Tytherington
    Macclesfield
  42. Bowl barrow on summit of Sponds Hill
    Pott Shrigley
  43. Bowl barrow on Toot Hill
    Sutton
  44. Bowl barrow west of path in Knightslow Wood
    Lyme Handley
  45. Bradley Hall moated site
    Appleton
  46. Bradley promontory fort above Beechbrook 50m south of Beechmill House
    Frodsham
  47. Bromborough Court House moated site and fishponds, Wirral
    Bromborough Ward
  48. Bruera moated site and adjacent field system
    Aldford and Saighton
  49. Buckton Castle: a ringwork and site of 17th century beacon 350m north east of Castle Farm
    Stalybridge North Ward
  50. Bunbury locks, bridge and stables
    Alpraham
  51. Canopied tomb in St Mary's churchyard
    Newbold Astbury
  52. Castle Cob motte
    Manley
  53. Castle Hill motte and ditch system, Oldcastle Photos
    Bronington
  54. Castle Hill motte, Malpas Photos
    Malpas
  55. Chapel at Chapel House Farm 200m west of Wervin Old Hall
    Wervin
  56. Chester Castle (part) Photos
    Chester Castle
  57. Chorley Old Hall moated site and four fishponds
    Alderley Edge
  58. Churchyard cross at St James' and St Paul's Church
    Marton
  59. Churchyard cross at St Mary's Church
    Nether Alderley
  60. Cleulow Cross high cross, 200m north of Fourways
    Wincle
  61. Cross at Nether Alderley on the crossroads of Welsh Row and Congleton Road
    Nether Alderley
  62. Cross base and shaft in St Helen's churchyard
    Tarporley
  63. Cross base at Salterswall on the road junction 150m WNW of Westholme Farm
    Winsford
  64. Cross base in the churchyard of St Mary's Church
    Disley
  65. Cross base on south side of Longstone Lane 100m WNW of the entrance to Cobden Farm
    Little Budworth
  66. Cross in the churchyard of St Lawrence's Church
    Peover Superior
  67. Cross in the churchyard of the Church of St James
    Gawsworth
  68. Cross shaft in the churchyard of St Peter's Church
    Prestbury
  69. Crossley Bridge or Colleymill Bridge
    North Rode
  70. Dam and millpond 150m east of Cheersgreen Farm
    Peover Superior
  71. Danebower Colliery ventilation chimney, 750m north east of Holt
    Quarnford
  72. Daresbury
    Sutton Weaver
  73. Darley Hall moated site
    Little Budworth
  74. Dee Bridge
    Handbridge Park Ward
  75. Deerpound on Toot Hill
    Macclesfield Forest and Wildboarclough
  76. Dodleston Hall moated site
    Dodleston
  77. Dodleston motte and bailey castle
    Dodleston
  78. Dovecote at the site of Aston Old Hall, 40m east of Gamekeepers Cottage
    Aston
  79. Drakelow Hall moated site, fishponds and moated enclosure
    Byley
  80. Early medieval sculptural fragments in St Mary's churchyard
    Sandbach
  81. Earthwork remains of a medieval hall, chapel and settlement, 290m south east of Capesthorne Hall
    Siddington
  82. Eastern bowl barrow at Knights Low
    Lyme Handley
  83. Eddisbury hillfort east of Old Pale Farm
    Delamere and Oakmere
  84. Edleston moated site and fishpond
    Edleston
  85. Engine Vein opencast copper mine, 150m north of Warden's Cottage
    Nether Alderley
  86. Field system 200m south east of Longley Cottage
    Ashton Hayes and Horton-cum-Peel
  87. Foulk Stapleford moated site
    Hargrave and Huxley
  88. Foxtwist moated site, two fishponds and connecting channels
    Prestbury
  89. Gallowsclough Cob bowl barrow
    Delamere and Oakmere
  90. Garden gateway at Tilstone Hall 130m south of Tilstone Hall Farm
    Tiverton and Tilstone Fearnall
  91. Gawsworth Hall gardens
    Gawsworth
  92. Glassworking remains in Glazier's Hollow, 330m south of Kingswood Cottage
    Manley
  93. Grafton deserted medieval village and ornamental moat
    Tilston
  94. Grange Beacon, Column Road, Hoylake
    West Kirby and Thurstaston Ward
  95. Hall Bank moated site, Wybunbury
    Wybunbury
  96. Halton Castle: a ruined shell keep castle on the site of an earlier motte and bailey
    Castlefields Ward
  97. Hatton Hall moated site
    Hargrave and Huxley
  98. Heavy Anti-aircraft Battery at Norley 365m south east of Finger Post Farm
    Norley
  99. Heavy Anti-aircraft gunsite, 250m north east of New Farm Cottages
    Puddington
  100. Heavy Anti-aircraft gunsite, 400m west of Sutton Fields Farm
    Sutton Weaver
  101. Heronbridge Roman site
    Handbridge Park Ward
  102. High Billinge bowl barrow
    Utkinton and Cotebrook
  103. Hillfort on Woodhouse Hill 500m west of Mickledale.
    Frodsham
  104. Holford Hall moated site
    Plumley
  105. Hough Hall moated site, ancillary enclosure and fishpond
    Mere
  106. Hulme Hall moated site Photos
    Allostock
  107. Huntington Hall moated site
    Huntington
  108. Icehouse 110m south west of Burton Manor College main building
    Little Neston and Burton Ward
  109. Icehouse at the site of Poynton Hall, 170m north of Towers Yard Farm
    Poynton-with-Worth
  110. Icehouse with associated iceyard at Great Moreton Hall, 70m east of the hall
    Moreton cum Alcumlow
  111. Iddinshall Hall moated site
    Clotton Hoofield
  112. Ince Manor monastic grange and fishpond
    Ince
  113. Irby Hall moated site, Wirral
    Greasby, Frankby and Irby Ward
  114. Kelsborrow promontory fort on Castle Hill 300m south west of Castle Hill Farm
    Willington
  115. Kinderton Hall moated site, two annexes, five fishponds, garden and prospect mound
    Sproston
  116. King Street Roman fort, Harbutt's Field
    Middlewich
  117. Lion Salt Works and remains of part of the Alliance Salt Works
    Marston
  118. Little Moreton Hall moated site and outlying prospect mound
    Odd Rode
  119. Lower Huxley Hall moated site
    Hargrave and Huxley
  120. Lymm Hall moated site and ice house
    Lymm
  121. Maiden Castle promontory fort on Bickerton Hill 700m west of Hill Farm
    Broxton
  122. Malpas cross at town centre junction of Church Street and Oldhall Street
    Malpas
  123. Marple aqueduct
    Marple North Ward
  124. Marton moated monastic grange, three fishponds, connecting channels and base of stone cross
    Whitegate and Marton
  125. Medieval and post-medieval settlement remains and associated field system immediately east of Overto
    Malpas
  126. Medieval boundary marker at Saddlebole, 180m west of Findlow Farm
    Alderley Edge
  127. Medieval settlement and part of field system at Castletown Farm
    Shocklach Oviatt and District
  128. Medieval village and field system remains immediately east of Haycroft
    Spurstow
  129. Medieval village and field system remains immediately south of Bradley Hall
    Tushingham-cum-Grindley, Macefen and Bradley
  130. Medieval village remains 230m east of Baddiley Hall
    Baddiley
  131. Middleton moated monastic grange, eight fishponds and connecting channels
    Kingsley
  132. Moated site 180m west of Fir Tree Farm
    Dodleston
  133. Moated site 300m south east of St Chad's Church
    Wybunbury
  134. Moated site 400m north east of New Hall
    Clatterbridge Ward
  135. Moated site and fishpond north east of Wood Farm
    Woolstanwood
  136. Moated site and fishpond south of Huntington Hall
    Huntington
  137. Moated site and fishponds 500m south east of Eaton
    Rushton
  138. Moated site at Jarman Farm
    Sutton
  139. Moated site at Upton Grange, Upton
    Upton-by-Chester
  140. Moated site north-west of Broadoak Farm
    Marple South Ward
  141. Moated site north-west of Mill Hill House Farm
    Eaton and Eccleston
  142. Moated site of Lea Hall, 80m east of Leahall Farm
    Aldford and Saighton
  143. Moated site, fishpond and connecting channel at Alderhedge Wood
    Aston by Budworth
  144. Moated site, fishpond and connecting channel, Minshull Vernon
    Minshull Vernon
  145. Moated site, fishpond and connnecting channel, Elton
    Elton
  146. Moated sites, settlement remains and associated field system 450m east of Southley Farm
    Alpraham
  147. Monks Lane moated site, Acton
    Acton
  148. Motte and associated earthworks east of Old Rectory
    Eaton and Eccleston
  149. Motte and bailey 360m north of Harthill Bank
    Norley
  150. Murgatroyd's Brine Works
    Middlewich
  151. Nab Head bowl barrow
    Bollington
  152. New Manor Farm moated site
    Preston Brook
  153. Norbury Booths Hall moated site, fishponds and connecting channels.
    Knutsford
  154. Oakmere promontory fort on the east bank of Oakmere 300m north west of Corner Farm
    Delamere and Oakmere
  155. Old Hall Heys moated site
    No Man's Heath and District
  156. Oldknow's limekilns, Strines Road
    Marple South Ward
  157. Part of a Roman camp at Hoole 200m south of Hoole Hall
    Hoole Ward
  158. Part of Goyt's Moss colliery, centered 220m south west of Derbyshire Bridge
    High Peak - Burbage Ward
  159. Peel Hall moated site
    Sharston Ward
  160. Peel Hall moated site, Kingsley
    Kingsley
  161. Promontory fort east of Peckforton Mere
    Peckforton
  162. Promontory fort on Burton Point 550m south west of Burton Point Farm
    Little Neston and Burton Ward
  163. Promontory fort on Helsby Hill 250m north west of Harmers Lake Farm
    Helsby
  164. Pulford motte and bailey castle
    Poulton and Pulford
  165. Reaseheath moated site and two annexes
    Worleston
  166. Ridge Hall moated site and annexe
    Sutton
  167. Robin Hood's Tump bowl barrow Photos
    Alpraham
  168. Roman amphitheatre (southern part)
    Chester City Ward
  169. Roman camp 300m west of Upton Grange Farm
    Upton-by-Chester
  170. Roman camp 50m south of Elm Bank
    Rowton
  171. Roman camp at Bent Farm
    Newbold Astbury
  172. Roman camp at Stamford Lodge, 350m north west of Stamford Hollows Farm
    Littleton
  173. Roman camp at Upton Heath, beside the water tower north of Long Lane
    Upton-by-Chester
  174. Roman camp at Upton, 350m north east of the water tower north of Long Lane
    Upton-by-Chester
  175. Roman camp at Upton, 400m east of the water tower north of Long Lane
    Upton-by-Chester
  176. Roman camp on Birch Hill 200m north west of Birchdale Farm
    Manley
  177. Roman camp on Fox Covert Lane 650m north west of Picton Gorse
    Mickle Trafford and District
  178. Roman camp on Stamford Heath, 350m north east of Stamford Hollows Farm
    Christleton
  179. Roman fortlet 320m east of Highstones
    Tintwistle
  180. Roman fortlet at Ince, 150m north east of Hall Farm
    Ince
  181. Roman quarry including Edgar's Cave and the rock-cut figure of Minerva on Edgar's Field, 150m south
    Handbridge Park Ward
  182. Roman road, Thieves Moss, Delamere Forest
    Delamere and Oakmere
  183. Roman settlement at Wilderspool
    Latchford West Ward
  184. Round cairn 110m south west of Bartomley Farm
    Wincle
  185. Round cairn 200m south-west of Sutton Hall
    Sutton
  186. Round cairn on Reed Hill
    Lyme Handley
  187. Round cairn west of Hollingworthhall Moor
    Stalybridge South Ward
  188. Sandbach Anglo-Saxon crosses
    Sandbach
  189. Shocklach Castle motte and moated enclosure
    Shocklach Oviatt and District
  190. Shotwick Castle motte and bailey and late medieval garden remains
    Sealand
  191. Shotwick Hall moated site
    Puddington
  192. Site of church and churchyard at Overchurch 875m north west of Upton Hall
    Upton Ward
  193. Site of St John's Church and surrounding burial ground, 400m north west of Booths Mere
    Knutsford
  194. Site of the church of St Chad
    Wybunbury
  195. St Andrew's medieval hospital and limekiln, Denhall
    Neston
  196. St John's Church (ruined portions)
    Chester City Ward
  197. St Nicholas' Chapel
    Chester City Ward
  198. St Plegmund's Well 200m east of Bankfield Farm
    Mickle Trafford and District
  199. St Winefride's Holy Well at Holywell Farm
    Broxton
  200. Standing cross base near the junction of Church Lane and Woodhouse Lane, 600m NNW of New Hall Farm
    Gawsworth
  201. Standing cross in churchyard of St Barnabas, Bromborough, beside the porch
    Bromborough Ward
  202. Standing cross in St Bartholomew's churchyard
    Barrow
  203. Standing cross in St Christopher's churchyard
    Pott Shrigley
  204. Standing cross in St Edith's churchyard Photos
    Shocklach Oviatt and District
  205. Standing cross in St Lawrence's churchyard, Stoak
    Stoak
  206. Standing cross in St Mary's churchyard
    Acton
  207. Standing cross in St Mary's churchyard
    Aldford and Saighton
  208. Standing cross in St Mary's churchyard
    Shocklach Oviatt and District
  209. Standing cross in St Mary's churchyard
    Newbold Astbury
  210. Standing cross in the churchyard of St Chad's Church, Over, 10m from the south wall of the chancel
    Winsford
  211. Standing cross in the churchyard of the Church of the Holy Cross at Woodchurch
    Upton Ward
  212. Standing cross on Prestbury Road, 150m south east of Lane End crossroads
    Prestbury
  213. Standing cross St Wilfrid's churchyard
    Mobberley
  214. Standing medieval cross 10m south of the nave of St Mary's Church
    Sandbach
  215. Standing stone at Ginclough 400m WSW of Gin Clough Farm
    Rainow
  216. Stanlow Abbey Cistercian monastery and monastic grange
    Rossmore Ward
  217. Stepped cross base in the churchyard of St Leonard's Church
    Warmingham
  218. Storeton Hall, Bebington
    Bebington Ward
  219. Swineyard Hall moated site
    High Legh
  220. Tabley Old Hall moated site and gatehouse.
    Tabley Inferior
  221. Tatton medieval settlement, prehistoric settlement remains, the buried remains of Tatton Old Hall an
    Tatton
  222. The Armada Beacon, Alderley Edge
    Nether Alderley
  223. The Bow Stones Anglian cross shafts Photos
    Lyme Handley
  224. The Bridestones Neolithic chambered long cairn. Photos
    Congleton
  225. The Bullstones bowl barrow
    Wincle
  226. The Golden Stone boundary marker, 250m north west of Edge House Farm
    Over Alderley
  227. The Great Merestone medieval boundary marker on Finlow Hill, 245m east of Mottram House Photos
    Over Alderley
  228. The Headless Cross on Tarporley Road 230m north west of Greenlands
    Little Budworth
  229. The Little Abbey Gateway, Northgate Street
    Chester City Ward
  230. The Longstone, a part of a cross shaft on Longstone Lane at the junction with Shay's Lane
    Little Budworth
  231. The Maiden's Cross, wayside cross 520m SSW of Four Lane Ends
    Manley
  232. The Murder Stone: a standing stone 150m north west of Cornfield Farm Photos
    Lyme Handley
  233. The walls, towers, gates and posterns of the City of Chester Photos
    Chester City Ward
  234. Three early medieval cross shafts in West Park
    Macclesfield
  235. Two bowl barrows 390m and 320m south-south-west of Home Farm
    Lower Withington
  236. Two cockpits 125m west of Lymm Hall
    Lymm
  237. Two sections of Roman road between Appleton and Stretton
    Appleton
  238. Vale Royal Abbey
    Whitegate and Marton
  239. Watch Hill motte and bailey castle, 450m south of Streethead Farm
    Bowdon Ward
  240. Wayside and boundary cross known as The Dipping Stone Photos
    Lyme Handley
  241. Wayside cross 500m north of Sutton End Farm
    Sutton
  242. Western bowl barrow at Knights Low
    Lyme Handley
  243. Wood Mine cobalt works and associated mines, 340m east of White Barn Farm
    Alderley Edge
  244. Woodhey Cross
    Faddiley
  245. World War II defences of the former airfield of RAF Cranage
    Cranage
  246. Wrenbury wooden lifting bridge
    Wrenbury cum Frith
  247. Yearn's Low bowl barrow
    Rainow

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