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Listed Buildings in Altrincham Ward, Trafford

  1. II 1, 1a and 3 Market Street and 2 Post Office Street
    Trafford, WA14
  2. II 1-11, Sandiway Road
    Trafford, WA14
  3. II 10 and 12, Market Street
    Trafford, WA14
  4. II 13-21, Sandiway Road
    Trafford, WA14
  5. II 14 and 16, Market Street
    Trafford, WA14
  6. II 16 Old Market Place
    Trafford, WA14
  7. II 2, 2a, 4a and 4, Old Market Place
    Trafford, WA14
  8. II 2, 4, 6 and 8, Normans Place
    Trafford, WA14
  9. II 32 and 34, the Downs
    Trafford, WA14
  10. II 32-34 Railway Street
    Trafford, WA14
  11. II 7, Market Street
    Trafford, WA14
  12. II 8, Dunham Road
    Trafford, WA14
  13. II Church of St George Photos
    Trafford, WA14
  14. II* Church of St Margaret Photos
    Trafford, WA14
  15. II Clock Tower on Station Forecourt Photos
    Trafford, WA14
  16. II Downs Place
    Trafford, WA14
  17. II Former Canal Warehouse Adjacent to Coal Wharf
    Trafford, WA14
  18. II Lloyds Bank, Bank House and Number 7
    Trafford, WA14
  19. II Market House
    Trafford, WA14
  20. II No. 5, MARKET STREET
    Trafford, WA14
  21. II Numbers 2, 4, 6 and Right 3 Bays of 8
    Trafford, WA14
  22. II Old Market Tavern
    Trafford, WA14
  23. II Richmond House
    Trafford, WA14
  24. II Seamon's Moss Bridge Photos
    Trafford, WA14
  25. II Stamford Estates Office and National Trust Shop
    Trafford, WA14
  26. II Stamford House
    Trafford, WA14
  27. II Station Hotel
    Trafford, WA14
  28. II The Church of St Vincent De Paul and Presbytery Photos
    Trafford, WA14
  29. II The Elms
    Trafford, WA14
  30. II The Main Office Block to the Linotype Works Photos
    Trafford, WA14
  31. II The Old Hall
    Trafford, WA15
  32. II Victoria Terrace
    Trafford, WA14

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