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Description: Ongar Station
Date Listed: 11 April 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 117817
OS Grid Reference: TL5511003484
OS Grid Coordinates: 555110, 203484
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7087, 0.2436
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TL 5503 ONGAR HIGH STREET (W side)
8/102 Ongar Station
Railway Station and Station Masters House. Formerly Great Eastern Railway.
Opened 1865. Known originally as The Epping Railway and commenced 1858. Red
brick built with gault rusticate quoins, gault dressed windows with segmented
heads and keystones. Gault bands to eaves and below and above ground and first
floor windows. Stone cills throughout, with stone cill supports. Hipped roof
to house, which is 2 storied. Single storey to attached, central ticket office
block and hipped single storey crosswing waiting room, all roofs grey slate.
1:2:2:1 window range of double hung sliding sashes with a single matching window
to first floor of house. Glazed lean-to, infill porch, between house and
crosswing. This porch supported by 4 large cast iron brackets with circles
to spandrels. The central, double doors ½ glazed with a light above. The house
front has a 3 window range of matching double hung sash windows, central 4 panel
door with light over, all features match the Station frontage. Internally all
original features remain including panelled walls with 6 pilaster strips,
centrally placed ticket opening. 4 panelled doors with moulded surrounds and
apron to windows. The Platform face has an enclosed, glazed lean-to.
Listing NGR: TL5511003484
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Source: English Heritage
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