- This category should guide used to websites about Historic buildings within in the UK.
- Websites are only listed here if they provide factual information; educational materials about them and their architects.
- If you know the location where the Historic Buildings were built, then you are advised look under the appropriate Locality
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BBC: How We Built Britain
Thousands of photographs and information on British architecture to accompany a series of television programmes celebrating a thousand years of Britain's buildings.
Bricks and Brass
Guide to buying and restoring homes from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods. Style, products and services, information and guidance.
British Listed Buildings
Online resource including text from the statutory listed buildings register, location maps, user-contributed comments and photographs. Includes all listed buildings online in England, Scotland and Wales.
Castles Abbeys and Medieval Buildings
Michael W. Cook's professional photographs and histories of abbeys, churches, manor houses and other medieval buildings in the UK, with sources and visitor information.
The Conservation Glossary
Architectural, building and conservation terms explained by Neil Grieve of The Centre for Conservation and Urban Studies, University of Dundee.
Harris and Pearson Office Buildings
Restoration project of the office buildings of the former Harris and Pearson Brickworks in Brettell Lane, Brierley Hill, West Midlands. Includes recollections of former workers.
The Heritage Trail
Linda Lee and Laurie Jonas provide images, histories and commentary on historic buildings throughout Britain. Photographs, paintings and books for sale.
A History of British Architecture
Adrian Tinniswood leads us past the changing face of British buildings from Medieval to Modern in this lively, illustrated section of the BBC's interactive history site.
Jewish Heritage UK
Dedicated to caring for the historic buildings, sites and collections of Britain’s Jewish community. Includes the Survey of the Jewish Built Heritage in the UK and Ireland
Liam's Pictures from Old Books
Scanned images and text extracts from out-of-copyright books, with a particular focus on castles, manors, stately homes, and abbeys of the British Isles, among other topics.
Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme
An interim grant scheme which returns, in grant aid, the difference between 5% and the actual amount spent on VAT on eligible repairs to listed places of worship.
Medieval Architecture in Britain
Plans and photographs from Alison Stones's Images of Medieval Art and Architecture. Accessible by clickable map or type of building.
Pavilions of Splendour
Specialist agency for the sale of listed buildings gives details and colour pictures. Central register of listed buildings for sale. Guide to legislation on listed buildings.
Pevsner Architectural Guides
This series of books describes historic buildings of all types for each county in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; a complete list of titles with descriptions. Can order online.
Researching Historic Buildings in the British Isles
Jean Manco's guide covers archives, maps, images, building types, ecclesiastical sources, bibliographies and styles. Also gives an introduction to the development of villages and towns.
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