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Listed Grade Ii* Collection

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Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Trellick Tower DP101891

Trellick Tower DP101891
Trellick Tower, 5 Goldborne Road, North Kensington, London. 1968-72 by Erno Goldfinger. General view of elevation

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Bolton Town Hall 33165_027

Bolton Town Hall 33165_027
Bolton Town Hall, Victoria Square, Bolton. Lancashire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: architecture, brutalist style, concrete, Listed Grade II*, Post War

architecture, brutalist style, concrete, Listed Grade II*, Post War
Stockwell Bus Garage, Binfield Road, Stockwell, London. 1952-3 by Adie, Button and Partners with Thomas Bilbow. Interior, general view of bus garage

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Newcastle Civic Centre DP058352

Newcastle Civic Centre DP058352
Civic Centre, St Marys Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Designed 1950 and buoilt 1956-65. General view of exterior

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Heinz South Building DP158108

Heinz South Building DP158108
Heinz, South Building, Hayes Park, Hayes, Hillingdon. 1965 by Gordon Bunshaft. General view of South Building (administrative headquarters)

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Ingestre Hall 29977_024

Ingestre Hall 29977_024
Ingestre Hall, Staffordshire. 17th century mansion built for Sir Walter Chetwynde. Now in the care of Sandwell Metroplitan Borough Council. Photographed in August 2016

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Apollo Pavilion DP099463

Apollo Pavilion DP099463
Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee, County Durham. General view of Apollo Pavilion by Victor Passmore, 1969

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Hull Guildhall CC73_03004

Hull Guildhall CC73_03004
Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, City Of Kingston Upon Hull. Exterior view from the south-west of the Guildhall, with pedestrians and a tram in the street

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Cummins Engine Factory DP100836

Cummins Engine Factory DP100836
Cummins Engine Factory, Yarm Road, Darlington, County Durham. Constructed 1964-5. Designed by Kevin Roche, John Dinkerloo and Associates. General view of front elevation in Cor Ten steel

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: British Gas Research Station FF003555

British Gas Research Station FF003555
British Gas Research Station, Station Road, Killingworth, North Tyneside. Exterior view from the north-east. Photographed in 2003

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ The King DP030812

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ The King DP030812
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ The King, Liverpool, Merseyside. Exterior general view with the belfry

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Engineering Building DP030799

Engineering Building DP030799
Engineering Building, Leicester University, Leicester. Built 1961-63; James Stirling and James Gowan. Detail of workshop glazing. Photographed in August 2006

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Sessay Church a013251

Sessay Church a013251
St Cuthberts Church, Church Lane, Sessay, North Yorkshire. View from the south west with lychgate and boilerhouse in the foreground. Photographed in 1966 by Gordon Barnes

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Sacombe House 29682_016

Sacombe House 29682_016
Sacombe House, Sacombe Park, Hertfordshire. Neo-classical Georgian country house built 1803-06. Restoration works are in progress

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Shopping in Sherborne 1939 BB056810

Shopping in Sherborne 1939 BB056810
Former Church House, Half Moon Street, Sherborne, Dorset. A car parked outside the shop of F W Pedley, draper and outfitter. and a gas lamp stands outside the adjoining tobacconist

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Youngsbury 29682_025

Youngsbury 29682_025
Youngsbury, Thundridge, Hertfordshire. Parkland designed by Lancelot Capability Brown in the 1760s

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Luton Hoo Park 29680_032

Luton Hoo Park 29680_032
Luton Hoo Park, Bedfordshire. Parkland designed by Lancelot Capability Brown in the 1760s

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Youngsbury 29682_027

Youngsbury 29682_027
Youngsbury, Thundridge, Hertfordshire. Mid 18th century country house built in brick as a pedimented Palladian villa

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Broadlands Park 29640_009

Broadlands Park 29640_009
Broadlands Park, Hampshire. A Capability Brown landscape garden around Broadlands House

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Park Hill Estate EAW096399

Park Hill Estate EAW096399
Park Hill Estate, Sheffield. Photographed in 1961, soon after it was opened. It is now a listed building. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: The Engine House, Swindon 27405_026

The Engine House, Swindon 27405_026
The Engine House, Fire Fly Avenue, Swindon. Formerly the drawing offices and administrative centre of the Great Western Railways engine works

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Keeling House DP138156

Keeling House DP138156
Keeling House, Claredale Street, Tower Hamlets, London. Designed in 1955 by Sir Denys Lasdun. Built between 1957 and 1959. General view of Keeling House

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Roger Stevens Building DP158132

Roger Stevens Building DP158132
Roger Stevens Building, Chancellors Square, Leeds University, Leeds, Yorkshire. 1970, by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. Detail view of west elevation

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Warwick University DP147511

Warwick University DP147511
Houses for Visiting Mathematicians, Gibbet Hill Campus, Warwick University. Housing lit at twilight. Designed in 1967, built 1968-9 by Howell, Killick, Partridge and Amis

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Shopping in Sherborne 1939 BB056809

Shopping in Sherborne 1939 BB056809
Former Church House, Half Moon Street, Sherborne, Dorset. A car parked outside the shop of F W Pedley, draper and outfitter

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Welwyn Railway Viaduct IoE158231

Welwyn Railway Viaduct IoE158231
Welwyn Railway Viaduct, Hertfordshire with a train in transit. Built for the Great Northern Railway by Sir William and Joseph Cubitt and opened on 7th August 1850

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Sessay a014068

Sessay a014068
St Cuthberts Church and the bridge over the Birdforth Beck, Church Lane, Sessay, North Yorkshire. Photographed in 1969 by Gordon Barnes

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Bridgewater Monument 29679_016

Bridgewater Monument 29679_016
Bridgewater Monument, Ashridge Park, Aldbury, Hertfordshire. Built in 1831-2 in honour of the 3rd Duke of Bridgewater to commemorate the completion of the Grand Junction Canal

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Youngsbury 29682_038

Youngsbury 29682_038
Youngsbury, Thundridge, Hertfordshire. Mid 18th century country house built in brick as a pedimented Palladian villa

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Bradford-on-Avon Tithe Barn 27463_045

Bradford-on-Avon Tithe Barn 27463_045
Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire. The medieval Tithe Barn with the Kennet and Avon Canal in the foreground

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: 22 Parkside DP147465

22 Parkside DP147465
22 Parkside, Wimbledon, Merton, London. Exterior of house lit at twilight. By Richard and Su Rogers 1969-70 NHLE 1409979

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Creekvean DP138721

Creekvean DP138721
Creekvean, Feock, Cornwall. 1964-7 by Team 4 (Norman and Wendy Foster, Richard and Su Rogers). Exterior, general view lit at twilight. NHLE 1375676

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: New House DP138639

New House DP138639
New House, Shipton Under Wychwood, Oxforshire. 1964 by Stout and Litchfield. General view of exterior to house with Japanese garden at twilight. NHLE 1375658

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Council House Bristol DP081803

Council House Bristol DP081803
Council House, College Green, Bristol. 1935-1952. By Vincent Harris. General view of front elevation

Background imageListed Grade Ii* Collection: Former Sugar Silo DP162728

Former Sugar Silo DP162728
Former Sugar Silo, 173 Regent Road, Liverpool, Merseyside. General view of west elevation to sugar silo



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"Preserving the Post-War Architectural Marvels: Listed Grade II*" Step into a world where architecture tells stories of resilience and innovation. The listed Grade II* buildings stand tall, showcasing the remarkable feats of human creativity in the post-war era. From Trellick Tower DP101891 to Bolton Town Hall 33165_027, these structures embody the essence of brutalist style with their bold use of concrete. Newcastle Civic Centre DP058352 and Heinz South Building DP158108 are testaments to architectural brilliance that seamlessly blend functionality with aesthetic appeal. Their imposing presence commands attention while reflecting the spirit of an era defined by progress and modernity. The Apollo Pavilion DP099463 stands as a symbol of artistic expression amidst its surroundings, captivating visitors with its geometric shapes and clean lines. Ingestre Hall 29977_024 exudes grandeur through its intricate detailing, transporting us back in time to an age when craftsmanship reigned supreme. Cummins Engine Factory DP100836 and British Gas Research Station FF003555 remind us of our industrial heritage, highlighting how these structures played a pivotal role in shaping our society's technological advancements. Hull Guildhall CC73_03004 is not just a seat for local governance; it represents civic pride and community solidarity. Its timeless design continues to inspire generations as they gather under its roof for important decisions that shape their city's future. Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ The King DP030812 stands tall as a spiritual beacon, blending traditional elements with contemporary vision. This architectural masterpiece invites all who enter to experience tranquility within its hallowed walls. Lastly, Engineering Building DP030799 serves as a testament to human ingenuity at its finest. With innovative design principles incorporated into every facet, this structure pushes boundaries while standing strong against the test of time. These listed Grade II* buildings serve as reminders that architecture is more than just bricks and mortar; it is an art form that tells the story of our past, present, and future.