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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

Harley House, Hereford

Building: 310

C18th manor house incorporating other C16/C17 core. Coursed sandstone rubble; hipped Welsh slate roof; Stone reportedly came from the Cathedral Chapter house when it was dismantled c.1700-1769.For...

West boundary wall, Bishop’s Palace, Hereford

Building: 7332

Wall is 3-4 m high and runs entire length of east side of Gwynne Street, approx. 80m. Height is explained by much higher level of palace garden Newer stonework near top of street where the wall was...

Governor’s House,Hereford

Building: 7358

The house was part of the County Gaol, (gaol building now gone), which was erected in 1797 at a cost of £18,646 and built to designs of John Nash. "The deeply rusticated stonework became a cliché...

Hereford City Walls, St Owen Street

Building: 7363

Section 1: incorporated in a later building, 67 St Owen Street and visible as Gaol Street wall of this building.

Section 2:On the south side of St Owen Street, city wall fabric possibly in situ...

Hereford Cathedral School (North)

Building: 309

Built as the Deanery dating back to Georgian or medieval times, stands in NW corner of the Cathedral Close. Mostly rebult in 1850 with funds provided by Queen Adelaide. Has symmetrical frontage wit...