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Gatepiers to Longfield Manor

Building: 5

Late 17th century stone gate posts and piers.

Kington St Mary the Virgin Church

Building: 12

Parish church. c1300, much altered. Sandstone rubble; plain tile roof with shingles to spire. Nave, north and south aisles (c1300), chancel (rebuilt early C14), Decorated south chapel (c1320), sout...

3 Castle Cottages

Building: 24

A one storey building of rubble sandstone with ashlar Cotswold stone dressings to the windows and doors and ornamental relieving arches in the gable walls. The stone window surrounds have chamfered...

The Forge

Building: 60

Typical early C19 forge/blacksmith's building in "estate Gothick" style. North elevation mostly well coursed rubble sandstone, east elevation more random. Surrounds of bay window in Grinshill stone.

St Barnabas, Brampton Bryan

Building: 63

Parish church. Perhaps C14, almost entirely rebuilt in 1643-1656 for Sir Robert Harley, following destruction in 1643. Late C19 alterations and extensions. Sandstone rubble and sandstone dressings ...

Gatley Park House

Building: 131

Country house. 1630s for Sir Sampson Ewer, extended and restored 1894- 1907, partly by J D Coleridge. Brick with some stone dressings on a coursed rubble plinth with stone tile roofs. 1630s block s...

St Giles, Pipe Aston

Building: 158

Parish church. C12, partly rebuilt and altered in C13, restored in 1879 and vestry added in 1948. Sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings, plain tiled roofs with decorative ridge tiles. Two-bay nave...

Left Bank, Hereford

Building: 290

Faced with Jurassic ooilitic limestone, Bath Stone with a footing of fine grey limestone. Roofed in copper.
The building's architects say "The site for this development is as sensitive as could be...

Broadway House, Hereford

Building: 292

Modern office block with stone cladding Grey limestone clad pillars and Hollington red sandstone cladding on upper stories

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...