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Middle Green Quarry

Quarry: 564

Poorly exposed, moderately weathered limestone within wood. 125/30S

Paul Pry Pub

Building: 1338

Limestone windows, brick building

Eignbrook Congregational Church, Hereford

Building: 7385

Dominant tripartite window with cinquefoils, ringed shafts and lattice-leaded lights under polychrome stone arches. Buttressed porch with Corinthian pilasters to moulded polychrome arch.A contempor...

St Peter’s Church, Hereford

Building: 331

Chancel C13th and nave C14th in gothic style. Rubble walling in local ORS sandstone. Church restored by Thomas Nicholson 1880-5. C18th-19th repairs in New Red (Triassic) Sandstone Weathered Old Re...

Hereford City Walls, west bastion to St Nicholas Street

Building: 7340

A 24m long stretch of city wall fabric survives here as a 2m-3m high retaining wall bounding the entrance path to the Greyfriars Surgery from the north (St Nicholas Street).
"The impact of the sie...

The White Cross, Hereford

Building: 7351

Erected by Bishop Lewis Charlton around 1362
to mark the site where farm produce had been brought when people had been afraid to go into the city because of plague; it was restored in 1864 and aga...

Roman Catholic Chapel of St James, Bartestree

Building: 5010

14th century chapel originally at Old Longworth, moved, re-modelled and re-built between 1869 and 1870 as part of Bartestree Convent, now owned by the Historic Chapels Trust

Holy Trinity Church, Hereford

Building: 7383

Plain rectangular church built 20 years after the extravagances of High Victorian church architecture.Goodhart-Rendel (1887–1959), English architect, called it "the dullest design I have ever se...