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List of tallest buildings and structures in Barrow-in-Furness

This list of the tallest buildings and structures in Barrow-in-Furness ranks freestanding structures in Barrow-in-Furness, England by height. Only structures taller than 30 metres (98 ft) are listed below. There are a diverse range of tall structures within the borough including the one hundred and two 120 metres (394 ft) tall wind turbines of the Walney Wind Farm and the 51 metres (167 ft) Devonshire Dock Hall.

Tallest buildings and structures

Rank Name Use Image Height Year Notes
metres feet
1 Ormonde Wind Farm Wind turbine (x30) 152 499 2011 [1]
2 Walney Wind Farm Wind turbine (x102) 120 394 2011 [2]
3 Barrow Offshore Wind Farm Wind turbine (x30) 71 233 2006 [3]
4 Roosecote Power Station Power station 63 207 1991 [4]
4 Devonshire Dock Hall Shipbuilding hall 51 167 1986 [5]
5 Barrow Town Hall Government building 50 164 1886 [6]
6 St. James' Church Place of worship 46 150 1869 [7]4
7 Furness Abbey Former monastery 40 131 1450 [8]
8 Furness Academy North Site Tower Educational building 37 120 1970 [9]
9 Craven House Office building 34 112 [10]

References

  1. ^ Ormonde Wind Farm
  2. ^ Walney Wind Farm
  3. ^ Barrow Offshore Wind Farm
  4. ^ Roosecote Power Station
  5. ^ Devonshire Dock Hall
  6. ^ Barrow Town Hall
  7. ^ St. James' Church
  8. ^ Furness Abbey
  9. ^ Furness Academy North Site Tower
  10. ^ Craven House
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