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Hereford Cathedral

Building: 298

Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin and St Ethelbert the King. Built 1107-48 including nave, aisles and west front. Addition of tower over westernmost bay of the nave c1300-10 and north and sout...

Font, Hereford Cathedral

Building: 301

Norman font with white sandstone bowl, yellow base of bowl is oolitic limestone. This rests on mosaic floor of coloured tiles. This rests on Old Red Sandstone plinth.

War Memorial, Hereford

Building: 314

War memorial c.1922, restored 1988, modelled on an Eleanor Cross. Octagonal memorial in form of Eleanor Cross, with Perpendicular style lantern and finials. Military insignia; civic arms; figures r...

Nelson Monument, Hereford

Building: 315

Obelisk in pre-Grecian style erected 1806-9 in finely jointed curved ashlar blocks of Bath Stone. Stone was delivered up the Wye by barge. Architect survey in 2000 recorded
the tall column was ma...

HSBC Bank, Hereford

Building: 325

Bank building originally built for Midland Bank in rusticated ashlar in pale buff limestone with decoratively carved details. Three stories. Upper two are brick with casment windows, lower half cla...

Lloyds Bank, Hereford

Building: 326

Large imposing building,Portland Stone ashlar, recessed upper floors, 4 giant fluted Ionic columns.

Malvern Wells War Memorial

Building: 714

Portland stone, the base, shaft & capital are octagonal & have concave sides, capital has leaf carving, surmounted by a carving of a pelican feeding its young, slate pavement & steps, WW1 & WW2. Ar...

St Kenelm’s

Building: 920

Parish church. C13, early C14, with restorations of 1843, 1847/1853 and C20 1847/1853 restoration by James Cranston & 1968. Coursed sandstone and tufa dressings, timber-framed south porch, plain ti...

Witley Court, Perseus & Andromeda Fountain

Building: 959

1858/60, Portland Stone, Perseus mounted on prancing horse thrusting lance into sea monster's mouth, to south of house.

Witley Court, Triton Fountain

Building: 972

Fountain in circular pool. c1860 by James Forsyth for Lord Ward, the first Earl of Dudley. Stone, circular base of Portland Stone, with four tritons in action of blowing, shells missing, decorative...