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Date Listed: 12 March 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 142932
OS Grid Reference: SU7341810841
OS Grid Coordinates: 473418, 110841
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8924, -0.9575
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SU 71 SW ROWLANDS CASTLE
Station building. 1859, a virtually unaltered structure by Sir W Tate. Built for
the 'Portsmouth Direct' line of the LSWR. Brick walls of stretcher bond, some
rendering, some stucco features; plinth, 1st floor band, arched and flat-arched
openings. Low-pitched slate roof, hipped at each side. A symmetrical west (and
east) elevation, with a two-storeyed gabled centre, of two windows, and single-
storeyed wings at each side of one window (the south side with a later added window).
The narrow upper openings are now filled, as well as those of the wings, there are
narrow sashes on each side of the central entrance, which has double doors beneath a
Listing NGR: SU7290612257
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Source: English Heritage
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