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Listed Buildings in Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston Ward, Bristol

  1. II 1, the Green
    Bristol, BS11
  2. II 1-4 Kingsweston Court
    Bristol, BS11
  3. II 103, Station Road
    Bristol, BS11
  4. II 105, Station Road
    Bristol, BS11
  5. II 2, the Green
    Bristol, BS11
  6. II 21, Park Hill
    Bristol, BS11
  7. II 3, the Green
    Bristol, BS11
  8. II 4, the Green
    Bristol, BS11
  9. II 5, the Green
    Bristol, BS11
  10. II Boskenna and Attached Wall
    Bristol, BS11
  11. II Bradley House
    Bristol, BS11
  12. II Bridge at Giant's Soap Dish, Blaise Castle Estate
    Bristol, BS10
  13. II Bridge over Hazel Brook at St 3557 1777
    Bristol, BS9
  14. II Bridge over Hazel Brook at St 3557 1778
    Bristol, BS9
  15. II Bristol Tramways Company Avonmouth Depot
    Bristol, BS11
  16. II Cambell's Farm and Attached Garden Wall and Railings
    Bristol, BS11
  17. II Church of St Mary
    Bristol, BS11
  18. II Compass Dial and Navigation Marker at Penpole Point
    Bristol, BS11
  19. II Cross Shaft Beside Pond Opposite Former Kings Weston Stables
    Bristol, BS11
  20. II Elizabethan Cottage to Rear of Number 30 (Number 30 Not Included)
    Bristol, BS11
  21. II Ferns Hill quakers Meet
    Bristol, BS11
  22. II Gatepost Approximately 20 Metres North East of Kings Weston House
    Bristol, BS11
  23. II Henbury Lodge
    Bristol, BS11
  24. II Hillside
    Bristol, BS9
  25. II Home Farmhouse
    Bristol, BS11
  26. II Home Lodge and Attached Wall
    Bristol, BS11
  27. II Ice House Approximately 50 Metres West of Former Kings Weston Stables
    Bristol, BS11
  28. II Iron Footbridge over Kings Weston Road
    Bristol, BS11
  29. II Jubilee Drinking Fountain
    Bristol, BS11
  30. I Kings Weston House
    Bristol, BS11
  31. I Loggia Approximately 50 Metres North of Kings Weston House
    Bristol, BS11
  32. II Milestone at St 5418 7712 Approximately 400 Metres West of Park Lodge
    Bristol, BS11
  33. II Myrtle Hall and Attached Wall
    Bristol, BS11
  34. II Napier Cottages
    Bristol, BS11
  35. II Numbers 1, 3 and 5 and Attached Front Garden Walls
    Bristol, BS11
  36. II Numbers 7 to 26 (Consecutive) and the Royal Hotel
    Bristol, BS11
  37. II Park House
    Bristol, BS11
  38. II Park Lodge
    Bristol, BS11
  39. II Park Lodge
    Bristol, BS11
  40. II Penlea House
    Bristol, BS11
  41. II Perimeter Wall of Friends Burial Ground
    Bristol, BS11
  42. II* Police Station and Attached Walls to North East and South West, Former Kings Weston Stables
    Bristol, BS11
  43. II Powder Houses and Jetty Photos
    Bristol, BS11
  44. II Shirehampton Public Hall and Library
    Bristol, BS11
  45. II Shirehampton War Memorial
    Bristol, BS11
  46. I The Brewhouse, Kings Weston House
    Bristol, BS11
  47. II The Cottage
    Bristol, BS11
  48. I The Echo, Approximately 300 Metres South East of Kings Weston House
    Bristol, BS11
  49. II The Lamplighters Public House
    Bristol, BS11
  50. II The Priory
    Bristol, BS11
  51. II The Ship Old Inn Photos
    Bristol, BS11
  52. II The Tithe Barn
    Bristol, BS11
  53. II The Wylands, British Telecom Training Centre
    Bristol, BS11
  54. II Two Gas Lamps to South East of Former Kings Weston Stables
    Bristol, BS11
  55. II* Two Lodges and Attached Garden Walls Opposite Former Kings Weston Stables
    Bristol, BS11
  56. II Twyford House
    Bristol, BS11
  57. II Viewing Terrace at Kings Weston Estate
    Bristol, BS11
  58. II Wall and Gatepiers to the Road Fronting Priory Gardens
    Bristol, BS11
  59. II Wellington House and Attached Stables
    Bristol, BS11
  60. II Wood Lodge
    Bristol, BS11

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