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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...

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

The Nubbins Quarries

Quarry: 768

Laterally extensive series of old quarry faces in the Bromsgrove Sandstone Formation. Site demonstrated cross-bedding within the formation, and includes several faults with little displacement.

Hereford Museum

Building: 293

Victorian Gothic with a resemblance to Natural History Museums at London and Oxford. A variety of stones all from relatively distant are used, creating a variegated appearance - blue-grey sandstone...

Coningsby Hospital, Hereford

Building: 335

Parts of hall & chapel ranges C13th. Refounded in 1614 by Sir Thomas Coningsby when hall and chapel partially remodelled and three other ranges around the courtyard and a gateway added. Gateway at...

Shrine of St Thomas Cantilupe, Hereford Cathedral

Building: 304

Shrine of Bishop later St Thomas Cantilupe, erected probably for his burial in 1287. Sandstone tomb chest, on the top a Purbeck slab.Sandstone on white limestone, on fossiliferous grey limestone St...

Worcester St Andrews

Building: 1319

Pre-Conquest and medieval parish church. The tower and spire survive; the remainder was demolished in 1948. Limestone ashlar. 3-stage Perpendicular tower with slim, recessed, octagonal Gothick spi...

St Mary,

Building: 874

1854/55, Geometrical Decorated-style, local stone rubble, ashlar dressings, tiled roof with horizontal banding, decorative ridge tiles, now redundant. Converted to housing circa 2014.