Cotswold Canals’ buildings and structures that have Listed Building status are tabulated below.
Note, where an entry in the Table refers to more than one item, click through to the linked page for further details.
The header photo on this page is of Brimscombe Port boundary wall, which is Grade II listed.
Thames & Severn Canal
A number of structures and buildings on the Cotswold Canals have Listed Buildings' status, as designated by Historic England.
Buildings on the List are given one of three grades which denote their level of importance, Grade I (one) being the highest, and Grade II (two) the lowest:
- Grade I - of exceptional interest
- Grade II* - particularly important
- Grade II - of special interest
Most Listed canal buildings are Grade II, except for the Coates portal of the Sapperton Canal Tunnel which is Grade II* (two star).
Last check of Historic England Listed Building records: 14/11/2020.