Churches and Other Buildings of Interest


Have a closer look at the churches and other notable buildings of Barton upon Humber

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Churches

  Click the name for more history. Description
St Peter's Church St Peter's Church This is one of the most architecturally important churches in the North of England and is certainly a jewel in Barton's crown. Read the brief history here.
St Mary's Church St Mary's Church St Mary's church was originally built as a chapel-of-ease to St Peter's church. Read the brief history here.
  View from St Mary's Church Tower Roof A view north, south, east and west from the top of St. Mary's Church Tower.
Thornton Abbey A brief history of Thornton Abbey.

Buildings of Interest

51 Fleetgate 51 Fleetgate 51 Fleetgate is thought to be the oldest residential house in North Lincolnshire and definately the oldest in Barton upon Humber. Read about it here.
Baysgarth House Museum Baysgarth House Baysgarth House and park currently occupies around 30 acres of parkland. Read about it here.
Tower of Hewson's Mill Hewson's Mill This mill was built in 1813 and used to grind grain.
Hoe Hill Tile Yard Hoe Hill Tile Yard Hoe Hill tile yard - Barton upon Humber
Hopper's Cycle Works (Elswick-Hopper) A brief history of Fred Hopper and the Elswick-Hopper Cycle company.
The Humber Bridge Humber Bridge A dominating feature in Barton's landscape. Read about it here.
The Old Mill Kings Garth Mill Originally this mill had six sails and was used as a mill up to 1950.
Old National and Infants School National and Infants School (Queen Street School or Wilderspin National School) Read about Barton's school which is associated with Samual Wilderspin.
Odd Fellows' Hall Odd Fellows' Hall Part of Victorian Barton. Read about it here.
Police Station Old Police Station Part of Victorian Barton. Read about it here.
Salvation Army Citadel Primative Methodist Chapel Part of Victorian Barton. Read about it here.
The old Queen Inn, the Butchery. Queen Inn One of the lost pubs and inns of Barton.  Read about them here.
The Ropewalk The Ropewalk Originally the site of Hall's Barton Ropery Co Ltd established in 1767. The ropery closed in 1989.
Assembly Rooms Temperance Hall Part of Victorian Barton. Read about it here.
Waterside House Waterside House (Inn) One of the lost pubs and inns of Barton.  Read about them here.

 

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