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Listed Buildings in Caversham Ward, Reading

  1. II 1-5, Church Road Photos
    Reading, RG4
  2. II 10, Church Street Photos
    Reading, RG4
  3. II 16, Church Road Photos
    Reading, RG4
  4. II 2 4, Paddock Road Photos
    Reading, RG4
  5. II 2 and 4, CHURCH STREET Photos
    Reading, RG4
  6. II 6 and 8, Church Street Photos
    Reading, RG4
  7. II 6, Paddock Road Photos
    Reading, RG4
  8. II 8, Paddock Road Photos
    Reading, RG4
  9. II 82 Star Road, Caversham, Reading Photos
    Reading, RG4
  10. II Banksfoot Photos
    Reading, RG4
  11. II Buckside buckside Cottage Photos
    Reading, RG4
  12. II Buckside
    Reading, RG4
  13. II Caversham Baptist Free Church Photos
    Reading, RG4
  14. II Caversham Court Stables Photos
    Reading, RG4
  15. II Caversham Free Public Library Photos
    Reading, RG4
  16. II Caversham War Memorial Photos
    Reading, RG4
  17. II Dean's Farm Cottage Photos
    Reading, RG4
  18. II Dean's Farmhouse Photos
    Reading, RG4
  19. II Ivy Farmhouse Photos
    Reading, RG4
  20. II No 20 (The Rectory) Including Garden Walls Photos
    Reading, RG4
  21. II Screen Wall at North East End of Caversham Court Recreation Ground Photos
    Reading, RG4
  22. II St Anne's Well Head and Drinking Bowl Photos
    Reading, RG4
  23. II St John's Lodge Photos
    Reading, RG4
  24. II The Old Cottage Photos
    Reading, RG4
  25. II The Red Cow Public House Photos
    Reading, RG4
  26. II Valentine Cottage Photos
    Reading, RG4
  27. II Vaulted Structure in Garden of No 4 Photos
    Reading, RG4
  28. II West Memorial Hall Photos
    Reading, RG4
  29. II Woodlands Cottage Photos
    Reading, RG4
  30. II Woodlands Farmhouse Photos
    Reading, RG4

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