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Listed Buildings in Church Ward, Liverpool

  1. II 1-10, Stanley Terrace
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  2. II 1-15, GORDON PLACE (See details for further address information)
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  3. II 2-16, Gordon Place
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  4. II Beechley
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  5. II Beechley Stables
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  6. II* Bishop Eton Monastery
    Church, Liverpool, L16
  7. II Calder High School (Original Building Only)
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  8. II Calderstones House
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  9. I Church of All Hallows Photos
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  10. II Church of St Barnabas
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  11. II Dovedale Baptist Church
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  12. II Entrance Gateway to Beechley
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  13. II Entrance to Calderstones Park
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  14. II Ha Ha Approximately 30 Metres South East of Beechley
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  15. II Harthill Lodge
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  16. II Harthill Lodge
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  17. II* Lodge to Bishop Eton Monastery, and Adjoining Gateway
    Church, Liverpool, L16
  18. II* Lodge to Saint Joseph's Home
    Church, Liverpool, L16
  19. II Nos. 11-19, STANLEY TERRACE
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  20. II Quarry Bank House
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  21. II* Saint Joseph's Home
    Church, Liverpool, L16
  22. II South Lodge to Quarry Bank
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  23. II Sports Pavilion, Geoffrey Hughes Athletics Ground
    Church, Liverpool, L18
  24. II Stable and Coachhouse to Saint Joseph's Home
    Church, Liverpool, L16
  25. II Stables to Calderstones House
    Church, Liverpool, L18

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