Old and Outstanding Buildings and Structures

There are over 60 post-1600 (mostly 18th and 19th century) Scheduled Monuments and Grade 2 listed buildings and structures in Saltash Civil Parish. (Please note that the 800 by 600 pixels photographs linked to from this page will by default open in this window or tab, with no site navigation menu; you will have to use your browser's 'back' function to return here.)

Victoria Gardens Monument

The memorial in Victoria Gardens, erected circa 1900, is a Scheduled Monument. The plinth has a tablet inscribed "This monument was erected by his countrymen at home and abroad - To the memory of Major General Sir William Penn-Seymour KCB of Hatt who fell while commanding the British Troops at Talana Hill, Natal on 20 October 1899" and a bronze relief of the hero. – Location

Sand Quay

The former United States Navy sub-base at Sand Quay is a Scheduled Monument. Used from 1943 to 1945 for the repair and maintenance of landing craft, patrol boats and mine sweepers, it consists of a small quay and a series of parallel concrete piers which slope down the intertidal shore. Craft were placed over the piers at high tide and secured, leaving them high and dry for work to be carried out during low tide. – Location

Some of the many Grade 2 listed buildings and structures:

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page updated 2016-06-07

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