This site aims to list every scheduled monument in the British Isles. Each monument page includes the geographic location of the monument and, where possible, Google and OS maps of the location. Where available, the official monument description is also shown.
As well as the official data, we also have user-contributed notes and photos. Over time, this is expected to build to a comprehensive user-contributed database of Britian's ancient monuments.
Recent Visitor Contributions
Sadly this ancient structure is damaged with alarming regularity every two years; Feb 2006, Oct 2008, Jul 2010, Feb 2012, Dec 2013 and Mar 2016. The damage is always to the same part of the bridge i.e. the northeast end of the downstream parapet, at an average cost of around £4000. [...]
John Andre, 24 April 2016
Found Bronze Age Axe Head on a farm in this area.Metal Detc.Sunday 10th April.2016.Tel:-0151 638 7736
Frank Pearson, 14 April 2016
There was another mine in Rosedale West , this was Sheriffs Pit which is about 2 miles NW of Hollins Mine (Also known as Low Works). In the comments of Image #1 previously uploaded which shows the Calcining Kilns above Hollins Mine I had surmised that the ore from Sheriffs [...]
John D Hunter, 29 March 2016
There was a sanctuary here in 1169 perhaps the cross is something to do with that, in 1291 Philip Cornwallis endowed a chantry chapel in the churchyard of St Austell.
Julie Mainstone-Smith, 8 March 2016
My untrained eye was unable to see any evidence of the Hut Circle at the grid reference given . I have uploaded a photo taken just above the grid reference which I have outlined in red.
John D Hunter, 4 March 2016
I visited the Barrow today 18th Feb 16. A beautiful cold day. It was magnificent and the distant views superb. I had my German pointer dog Skye with me. We climbed the hill and arrived at the top. After a minutes exploration Skye went off the barrow into the field and [...]
David Paylor, 18 February 2016
Information may be found at Brycheiniog Journal NLW, also at Commission for Ancient Monuments Aberystwyth, in Pevsner, Buildings of Wales Powys, Peter Smith's Buildings of the Welsh Countryside, stub in Wikipedia. Photographs at British Listed buildings website.
Martin Jones, 18 February 2016
The NGR is wrong (not SN572572 but SN 57190 00425). The remains of the chapel are 17 feet by 14 feet internally with a small porch 7 feet square to the south. The west side is fairly intact and the north side of the bell-cot still exists about 18 feet above the [...]
Ian Hampson, 8 February 2016
I attended Beulah Junior School in Thornton Heath, and our 4th Year's would visit Pilgrim Fort every year. My sister Kate went in 1963, and I went in 1965. I had a lovely time there, although it did seem to rain a lot. It was the first [...]
Pauline Elgar (now Hurrell), 7 February 2016
The area where the cairn lies was subject to a planning application to re-open and extend the nearby quarry. The cairn has been destroyed and the site has been excavated. At present the planning application has been refused.
James Cassidy, 4 February 2016
Ruins of a two story stone tower. Remains of ramparts and ditches circle the site. Old well located nearby. Little is known of the site but is reputed to once have been visited by William Wallace but as the castle was built in 1500's this is unlikely. Evidence of firing [...]
Scott Davie, 30 January 2016
Also listed as a Grade 2 Listed building Cadw Building ID: 667 and described as, "The cross has been variously dated at between the C9 and the C12. A tapering shaft c2m in height, with rounded angles carries the remains of a cross head with inter-lace decoration. Low-relief of a [...]
Barrie Price, 27 January 2016