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Description: Former Tram Shelter at Junction with Elms Vale Road
Date Listed: 1 November 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 177853
OS Grid Reference: TR3070741164
OS Grid Coordinates: 630707, 141164
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1233, 1.2955
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The following building shall be added to the list:
TR 34 SW DOVER FOLKESTONE ROAD
7/170 Former Tram Shelter at
junction with Elms Vale Road
Tram shelter. Early C20. Cast and wrought iron and glass. Rectangular plan with
canted ends and open front. Glazed walls the plinth panels have anthemion motifs
at their corners, the windows above have vertical glazing bars. The low-pitched
hipped glazed roof has deep eaves on ornate pierced brackets pendants and vallances.
The ridge has wrought iron cresting in form of horizontal bars terminating in
finials. Inside the wooden bench has cast-iron trestles. This is reputedly the
only remaining shelter of the Dover Corporation Tramways which ceased operating
Listing NGR: TR2933240374
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Source: English Heritage
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