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Description: Housing for Former Village Tap and Balustrade in Front
Date Listed: 20 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 126992
OS Grid Reference: SP1582243583
OS Grid Coordinates: 415822, 243583
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0904, -1.7705
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SP 1443-1543 MICKLETON CHAPEL LANE
11/77 Housing for former village tap and
balustrade in front
Housing for former village tap. C19. Constructed under patronage
of Sir J.M. Steele Graves. Polychrome brick with limestone capping
stones. Two pier, iron balustrade with single connecting bar in
front. Free-standing housing with arched recess, with segmental
head, formerly housing tap. Religious inscription on capping over.
One of three sources of piped water in village, matching one on
east side of the High Street (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SP1582343593
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Source: English Heritage
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