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Description: North Road Railway Station (Now Railway Museum)
Date Listed: 28 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 110718
OS Grid Reference: NZ2891015712
OS Grid Coordinates: 428910, 515712
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5359, -1.5547
North Road Railway Station
(Now Railway Museum)
(Formerly listed under
NZ 2815 2/127 28.4.52.
Circa 1840, replacing or enlarging the original terminus of the Stockton and Darlington
Railway opened 1825.
Long front building having 2-storey, 6-window centre with a loggia whose 7 cast
iron columns support a bracketed timber cornice. Long, single-storey side wings
of differing lenth and irregular fenestration. Walls now roughcast. Slated roofs
with eaves soffits and chimney stacks of conjoined hexagonal ashlar shafts at ends
of centre block; similar paired or single shafts to wings. Plain, timber-roofed
train shed at rear in 2 unequal spans with row of cast iron columns. Short flanking
sheds with cast iron supports to lean-to roofs against the front building. Good
example of early, straight forward railway station. Now in use as a railway museum.
Graded for its association with the 1st public railway in England.
Listing NGR: NZ2891015712
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Source: English Heritage
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