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Great Malvern Railway Bridge

Building: 833

C.1860 carries Avenue Road over Worcester - Hereford railway. Limestone railway bridge with moulded arch and pierced ashlar parapet. End piers with paired attached half-columns. Archway lined with ...

Dunstall Castle

Building: 1289

Folly ruin. 1766/71, attributed to Sanderson Miller. Designed as an eyecatcher ruined castle for the 6th Earl of Coventry, of Croome Court. Blue Blue Lias random rubble. Central round tower with le...

Pitmaston House Wall

Building: 1307

mid 19th century, victorian gothic style very fine to medium grained limestone

Walls and Lodge To Pitmaston House

Building: 1308

Walls, piers, gates and gate lodge. Mid C19. Coursed limestone with ashlar piers and cast-iron gates; lodge has renewed plain tile roof and 2 tall diamond stacks with stepped oversailing course a...

St Leonard, Broughton Hackett

Building: 2051

C13 but largely rebuilt walling. Nave and chancel without division. West turret weatherboarded and with pyramid roof. Early C14 west window.

Church House, Sedgeberrow

Building: 2223

House, c.1600, incorporating remains of a 13th century chapel, remodelled c.1600, late 18th century additions, mid 19th & mid 20th century alterations, groundfloor blue lias limestone rubble with a...

The Old Cottage, Childswickham

Building: 2239

House. C18, with earlier, possibly C16, remains. Squared Blue Lias limestone with remains of cruck frame and hipped stone slate roof. A straight joint suggests that it is earlier than the remainder...

The Old Post Office, Childswickham

Building: 2241

Two houses. C17 and circa 1800, with some re-used C15 dressings. Limestone Blue Lias rubble with limestone slate roof. The right-hand bay appears to be of c1700 and has alternate bands of white and...

Mill Cottage, Childswickham

Building: 2243

House. Circa 1700. Timber-framing with painted brick infill on Blue Lias stone base. Thatched roof.

Weathervane Cottage, Childswickham

Building: 2244

House. C17. Timber-framing and Blue Lias stone walls with thatched roof. One storey with attic.