Buildings containing Runcorn Sandstone.
List of locations identified (to 12th Jan 2016)

Local (Runcorn, Halton, Norton, Weston)

  1. (Previous) All Saints Parish Church (demolished 1846)
  2. All Saints Parish Church
  3. Bank Chambers, High Street
  4. Bethesda Chapel, High Street
  5. Bridgewater Canal
  6. Brookfield Farm, Greenway Road
  7. Brunswick Chapel, Brunswick Street
  8. Cavendish Farm, Weston
  9. Christ Church, Weston Point
  10. Halton Castle
  11. Halton Village - most stone properties
  12. Hearse House, Church Street
  13. Holy Trinity Church
  14. Manchester Ship Canal
  15. Manor Farm, Weston
  16. Mariners’ Mission, Irwell Lane
  17. Mersey & Irwell Canal (Runcorn & Latchford)
  18. Methodist Chapel, Halton Road
  19. Norton Priory
  20. Norton Water Tower
  21. Old Hall, Weston
  22. Old School & Mission Church, Weston
  23. Old Town Hall and Police Station, Bridge Street
  24. (Former) Parish School, Church Street
  25. Rocksavage (or Clifton) Hall
  26. Runcorn & Weston Canal
  27. Runcorn Baths (former Market Hall), Bridge Street
  28. Runcorn Docks
  29. Runcorn Library, Egerton Street
  30. Runcorn Railway Bridge
  31. St. John the Evangelist Church, Weston
  32. St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Victoria Road
  33. St. Mary’s Church, Halton
  34. St. Michael’s Parish Church, Greenway Road
  35. St. Paul’s Chapel, High Street
  36. St. Peter’s Church, Aston
  37. Trent & Mersey Canal
  38. Weaver Sluices
  39. Weston Canal

Cheshire

  1. Appleton Thorn – St. Cross
  2. Arley Hall
  3. Barnton - Christ Church
  4. Birkenhead Docks
  5. Bowden – Mansion
  6. Bowden – St. Mary
  7. Bromborough – Village Cross
  8. Chester – Baths
  9. Chester - Cathedral
  10. Chester – Castle/Shire Hall
  11. Chester – Newgate
  12. Chester – Northgate
  13. Chester - Dee Railway Bridge
  14. Chester – St. John the Baptist
  15. Chester – Town Hall
  16. Chester – Workhouse
  17. Chester – St. Oswald, Parkgate Road
  18. Chester - St. Thomas of Canterbury
  19. Crewe – Queens Park, Burma Star Island
  20. Crewe – St. Mary R.C.
  21. Dutton – Railway Viaduct
  22. Egremont – Manor Church Centre (formerly URC Chapel)
  23. Ellesmere Port - Christ Church
  24. Frodsham – Railway Viaduct
  25. Handbridge - St. Mary's
  26. Hartford – St. John the Baptist
  27. Heaton Norris - All Saints
  28. Knutsford – Tabley Hall
  29. Knutsford – Tatton Hall
  30. Knutsford – Sessions House
  31. Liscard – Christ Church
  32. Liscard – St. Mary
  33. Liscard – Wesley Mission Hall
  34. Lymm – Warburton Church
  35. Nantwich – St. Mary
  36. New Brighton – Perch Rock Battery
  37. New Brighton – Promenade
  38. Northwich – Independent Chapel
  39. Northwich – West Cheshire Railway Viaduct
  40. Seacombe – R. C. Church
  41. Stockport – St. George
  42. Stockport – St. Mary
  43. Stockport – St. Thomas
  44. Stockport – Railway Viaduct
  45. Stockport – Wellington Road Viaduct
  46. Thornton Hough – Parish Church
  47. Timperley – Christ Church
  48. Tranmere – St. Luke
  49. Warburton – St. Werburgh
  50. Weaver Navigation – Dutton and Hunt’s Locks
  51. Willaston – ‘Hadlow Wood’, house
  52. Winsford – St. John the Evangelist
  53. Winsford - Congregational

Cumbria

  1. Finsthwaite – St. Peter
  2. Holker Hall

Derbyshire

  1. Morley, Ilkeston – Sacheverell-Bateman Mausoleum

Hampshire

  1. Gosport – Spitbank Fort
  2. Newton Valence - War Memorial

Herefordshire

  1. Leominster – St. Ethelbert

Hertfordshire

  1. Hertford – All Saints

Hertfordshire

  1. Peterborough - All Saints

Isle of Man

  1. Douglas – Red Pier
  2. Douglas – Art School
  3. Peel Castle – Lord’s House
  4. Peel – St. German’s Cathedral
  5. Rosemount, Douglas – Wesleyan Chapel
  6. Rosemount, Douglas – Sunday School

Lancashire

  1. Ashton in Makerfield – St. Thomas
  2. Ashton,Preston - Wesleyan School Chapel
  3. Atherton – St. John the Baptist
  4. Atherton – St. Michael & All Angels, Howe Bridge
  5. Bamber Bridge – St. Leonard
  6. Barrow in Furness – Docks
  7. Barrow in Furness – various – engine seatings
  8. Blackburn – St. Leonard, Langho
  9. Blackburn – St. Silas
  10. Blackpool – St. Cuthbert R. C.
  11. Bolton School and Swimming Baths
  12. Broughton in Furness – Parish Church
  13. Bury – Openshaw Park Lodge
  14. Bury – St. Peter
  15. Crosby – United Reform Church
  16. Fairhaven (St. Annes) - St. Paul
  17. Fleetwood – Docks and Sea Wall
  18. Grappenhall – Street pavings
  19. Irlam – St. John the Baptist
  20. Knowsley – St. Mary – Derby Memorial Chapel
  21. Kirkham, Blackpool – Christ Church, Wesham
  22. Lancaster – Congregational Church School Extension
  23. Lancaster – St. Peter’s Cathedral Baptistery
  24. Latchford – St. Mary R.C.
  25. Latchford – St. James
  26. Leigh – St. Thomas, Bedford
  27. Leigh – St. Mary
  28. Leigh – St. Peter, Westleigh
  29. Morecambe - St. Barnabas
  30. Oldham - St.Peter
  31. Partington – St. Mary the Virgin
  32. Preston Docks
  33. Radcliffe – St. Bartholomew
  34. Rainford – All Saints
  35. Rishton – St. Peter & St. Paul
  36. St. Helens, Blackbrook - R.C. School
  37. Skelmersdale - Blagnagate
  38. Southport – Holy Trinity
  39. Warrington – St. Mary
  40. Warrington – St. Elphin
  41. Widnes – St. Mary
  42. Widnes – Congregational Chapel
  43. Widnes – various – engine seatings
  44. Wigan,Haigh - St. David
  45. Wigan – St. Mark, Pemberton
  46. Wigan – St. Matthew, Billinge

Liverpool

  1. Anglican Cathedral
  2. Baptist Chapel, Princes Road
  3. Collegiate School, Shaw Street
  4. Corn Exchange
  5. Institute School of Art
  6. Jerome and Carlisle Buildings, Victoria Street
  7. Junior Reform Club
  8. Liverpool Battery
  9. Liverpool Docks
  10. Primitive Methodist, Princes Road
  11. Royal Liverpool Seamen’s Orphanage Institute
  12. Sacred Heart R.C. Mount Vernon Street
  13. Sailors’ Home, Woolton
  14. St. Agnes, Ullet Road
  15. St Ann , Prescot Road
  16. St. Anne R. C. Overbury Street
  17. St. Cyprian, Durning Road, Edge Hill
  18. St. Deniol, Parliament Street
  19. St. Faith, Great Crosby
  20. St. John the Evangelist R. C. Kirkdale
  21. St. Margaret’s C of E School, Anfield
  22. St. Matthew Church, Stanley Road, Bootle
  23. St. Nicholas Church
  24. St. Sylvester R. C., Sylvester Street
  25. St. Charles Borromeo R. C. Aigburth Road
  26. St. George’s Hall
  27. Speke Road
  28. St. Stephen the Martyr, Grove Street
  29. St. Luke, Bold Place
  30. The old Fish Market
  31. Ullet Road Unitarian Chapel
  32. Wellington Statue
  33. Welsh Wesleyan , Croston Street
  34. Y.M.C.A. Mount Pleasant

Manchester & Salford

  1. All Saints, Barton upon Irwell
  2. Ardwick - St. Matthew
  3. Ashton on Mersey - St. Mary Magdalen
  4. Ashton on Mersey – Schools and Master’s House
  5. Chetham School
  6. Chorlton-cum-Hardy - Congregational
  7. Davyhulme - St.Mary
  8. Exchange and Commercial Buildings
  9. Failsworth - Holy Trinity
  10. Fallowfield - Holy Innocents
  11. Lower Kersal - Littleton Bridge
  12. Manchester Cathedral – Stanley (or Ely) Chapel
  13. Middleton - Methodist Church
  14. Miles Platting - ???
  15. Newton Heath Congregational Chapel
  16. Old Trafford - Cricket Pavilion
  17. Old Trafford – St. Hilda’s Church
  18. Old Trafford (prev. Whalley range) - St.Bride
  19. Oxford Road Railway Viaduct
  20. Portico Library, Mosley Street
  21. Salford - St.Ignatius
  22. St. Anne, St. Anne’s Square
  23. St. Clement, Openshaw
  24. St. Paul, Oldham Road, New Cross
  25. St. Peter, Mosley Street
  26. St. James, Moss Side
  27. Salford Bridge
  28. Salford, St. Clement, Ordsall
  29. Salford, St. Paul, Peel
  30. Swinton Church

Nottinghamshire

  1. Worksop – Clumber Park Chapel

Rutland

  1. South Luffenham - War Memorial

Staffordshire

  1. Hoar Cross, Burton upon Trent – Holy Angel Church
  2. Hoarcross Hall
  3. Lichfield Cathedral – Memorial Cross
  4. Newcastle under Lyme - Wesleyan Schools
  5. Stretton – St. Mary
  6. Tunstall – Jubilee Buildings

Warwickshire

  1. Bedworth – All Saints
  2. Coventry - Radford, St. Nicholas
  3. Coventry – St. Michael (later Cathedral)
  4. Coventry – St. John the Baptist
  5. Coventry – St. Mary’s Hall – Muniment Room

Worcestershire

  1. Tardebigg – Hewell Grange

Yorkshire

  1. Leeds – St. Mary of Antioch
  2. Mirfield – Community of the Resurrection

Wales

  1. Barmouth – St. John the Evangelist
  2. Bistre, Buckley - Vicarage
  3. Colwyn Bay – St. Paul
  4. Connah’s Quay – St. David’s Mission
  5. Conway – Roman Fort & Caerhun Canovium
  6. Criccieth – St. Deniol
  7. Dolwydellan – St. Elizabeth
  8. Flint – St. mary R.C.
  9. Glanadda, Bangor – St. David
  10. Hawarden,Sandycroft - St. Francis
  11. Hawarden – St. Deniol Library
  12. Hawarden – St. Deniol Church
  13. Holyhead – Breakwater
  14. Llanberis – St. Padern
  15. Llandudno – R. C. Our Lady Star of the Sea
  16. Llanfair Talhaiarn – church
  17. Menai – Britannia Bridge
  18. Mold – St. John
  19. Northop – War Memorial
  20. Old Colwyn – St. John the Baptist
  21. Overton, Wrexham – War Memorial
  22. Penmaenmawr – Chapel and School
  23. Portmeirion – Parthenon and Fireplace
  24. Rossett - Christ Church
  25. Ruthin – Llanfwrog Parish Church
  26. Ruthin – Joseph Peers, Clerk of the Peace, Memorial
  27. Saundersfoot – Hean Castle
  28. Wrexham – St. Mary R. C.

Ireland

  1. Belfast – Docks
  2. Dun Laoghaire – Harbour
  3. Howth – Harbour
  4. Waterford – Dunvegan Bridge

Outside British Isles

  1. Australia – Sydney Powerhouse Museum (sample)
  2. USA – New York Docks
  3. USA – New York – Yonkers Roman Catholic Church
  4. USA – Galveston (Texas) Docks
  5. USA – San Francisco Docks