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Description: The Queen's Head
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 171778
OS Grid Reference: TR3851964806
OS Grid Coordinates: 638519, 164806
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3323, 1.4227
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RAMSGATE HARBOUR PARADE
TR 3864 NE
14/149 The Queen's
Public house. 1908. Red brick with yellow blue and green glazed terra-
cotta. Three storeys with recessed ground floor and pilasters supporting
cornice, plaster strip quoins with moulded string courses, and
projecting centrepiece on 2nd floor with modillion cornice to segmentally
pedimented gable with Lion finial and with scrolled parapet. Secondary
elevation to right over yard entry, also with pilaster quoins and
pilasters, moulded string course and pierced and scrolled parapet.
Stacks to left and to right. The pedimented gable surmount panels of
enriched foliate moulded brickwork with a central medallion. Keyed round
headed sashes to left and right and central tripartite wooden casement
on 2nd floor, 2 French windows with semi-circular fanlights in keyed
surrounds on 1st floor with bowed honeysuckle-pattern iron balcony.
Right hand block with keyed round-headed sash on 2nd floor and sash in
projecting frame with cornice on brackets to 1st floor. Plain yard
entry with double boarded gates, in foliated glazed tile surround with
frieze. Pub entrance to left, a large segmentally headed recess to
ground floor, richly moulded in glazed tiles, with large segmental bow,
with tiled aprons to large mullioned and transomed windows. Central
double half-glazed doors to centre, with imitation doors to left and to
right. Interior: fine glazed tile dado and panelled interior with
Listing NGR: TR3851964806
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Source: English Heritage
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