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Description: St Mary's School Including Iron Railings
Date Listed: 4 June 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 180001
OS Grid Reference: TR0051243088
OS Grid Coordinates: 600512, 143088
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1519, 0.8657
5344 NEW STREET
St Mary's School
TR 04 SW 3/230
Formerly a National School Designed by Alexander Apsley in Italianate style. Dated
1841. Red brick. The centre portion is of 2 storeys with hipped slate roof and
wooden bracket cornice. Rusticated quoins, 1st floor has 1 round-headed window.
Ground floor has 2 windows and a central doorcase with stone architrave, cornice
and brackets. This is flanked by 1 storey passages in matching style linking with
1 storey Pavilions with hipped slate roofs and bracket cornices. 2 sashes each
to front elevation. 8 sashes to side elevation. Cast iron spear railings in front
with fleur de lys pattern.
Listing NGR: TR0084242893
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Source: English Heritage
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