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Description: The Mount Pavilion
Date Listed: 30 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 184777
OS Grid Reference: SD3337348217
OS Grid Coordinates: 333373, 448217
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9258, -3.0161
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SD 3348 FLEETWOOD ESPLANADE
2/58 The Mount Pavilion
Seaside pavilion. 1904. Roughcast brick; tiled roofs. Polygonal range with wing
attached to north. 2 storeys. Ground floor stall openings (probably original but
with modern steel roll-shutters) protected by pentice supported on square-section
posts with shaped brackets. Above the pentice a balcony runs around the entire
building (with simple wooden railings); 2 and 5-light casement windows at this level
with small glazing panes. The polygon is surmounted by a cupola with clocks at the
cardinal points. Dormers to roof slopes and a bellcote facing east. Wing with
hipped roof. A pretty, ornawental piece of Edwardian seaside architecture.
Listing NGR: SD3337348217
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Source: English Heritage
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