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Rattoo

Round tower

Well preserved round tower with a round-headed doorway on E. There are four windows with triangular gables at the top of tower facing N, S, ...

All Saints, Ravensden, Bedfordshire

Parish church

The church consists of nave, chancel, N aisle, W tower and vestry (the vestry abuts the N wall of the chancel). In the 12thc. it ...

All Saints, Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Ravenstone is in the N of the county, in the Domesday hundred of Bunsty.  The village stands in rising land on the N side of ...

St Mary, Rawmarsh, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

St Mary's is a large Victorian church from 1839 (Ryder 1982, 96; Borthwick Institute Faculty 1896/10), with blackened stone by past industries. It is on ...

St Laurence, Reading, Berkshire

Parish church

St Laurence's is in the centre of Reading, originally standing beween the W gate of the Abbey and the Hospitium of St John. It now ...

St James, Reading, Berkshire

Roman Catholic church

St James's stands on the site of the N transept of the Abbey church; now on Forbury Road immediately E of the Forbury Gardens. The ...

St Mary, Reading, Berkshire

Parish church, formerly Minster church

W tower, four-bay aisled nave, chancel aisled on the S side only. The S nave arcade dates from the late 12thc. The tower is largely ...

Reading (35 London St), Berkshire

Private house

35 London Street, now (4 November 2013) the headquarters of R.I.S.C., is a terraced house of three storeys with a large basement extending under the ...

Reading Abbey Mill, Reading, Berkshire

Corn-mill

All that remains is a section of wall running N-S, pierced by three arches.

Reading Abbey, Reading, Berkshire

Benedictine Abbey

The abbey was begun in 1121 under the patronage of Henry I, the choir of the church must have been complete by January 1136, when ...

Reading Bluecoat School, Sonning, Berkshire

School

The Bluecoat School was founded in 1646 by Richard Aldworth, a merchant, as a charitable foundation (Aldworth's Hospital) to support 20 poor boys and their ...

Reading, Hospitium, Berkshire

Hospital

The former Hospitium of St John stands to the north of St Laurence's Church, at the edge of the churchyard.  The north aisle of the ...

Reading Museum and Art Gallery, Reading, Berkshire

Museum

Reading abbey stones 1. Holme Park, Sonning (Keyser) In 1912 Charles Keyser was engaged in excavating the site of the palace of the bishops of ...

Reading, Yield Hall excavation, Berkshire

Excavation

The site of a rescue excavation by the Oxford Archaeological Unit, carried out in 1996-98 during the building of the Oracle Shopping Centre.  The remains ...

St Mary, Redbourn, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The church has a chancel with S chapel, nave with N and S aisles, S porch and a W tower. The original late 11thc. - ...

St Peter, Redisham, Suffolk

Parish church

St Peter's is a flint church of nave and chancel with a wooden bellcote over the W end of the nave, replacing the tower, which ...

St Mary, Reed, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The church, of coursed flint with stone dressings, has chancel, nave with S porch, and W tower. The nave has long and short quoins on all angles indicating ...

St Peter, Reighton, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The church stands near the top of the hill on the village street. There is a wide view to the NE of the sea (a ...

All Saints, Renhold, Bedfordshire

Parish church

The church consists of chancel, nave, N aisle and W tower. The building is mainly 15thc. apart from parts of the nave arcade and N ...

St Leonard, Ribbesford, Worcestershire

Parish church

Built of red sandstone ashlar, the church has a nave with N and S aisles, the former rebuilt in 1877 but with some 12thc. masonry, ...