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Description: The County Forge
Date Listed: 12 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 192553
OS Grid Reference: TF1147650480
OS Grid Coordinates: 511476, 350480
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0400, -0.3388
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ANWICK MAIN STREET
TF 15 SW
The County Forge
House, shoeing bay and forge in the Gothick taste. Early C19,
altered C20. Red brick, colourwashed, some render, slate roofs,
hipped and conical, overhanging eaves. 2 circular apex stacks,
single square ridge stack, all with top bands. In plan, 2
circular units are linked by a hipped rectangular block. Single
storey irregular 8 bay front. To left a planked door is flanked
by 3 light plain casements. Beyond to the right are 2 C20 2
light casements, double planked doors with plain overlights, a 2
light casement with Gothick traceried Tudor arched head, a
further planked door and 2 similar windows.
Listing NGR: TF1147650480
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Source: English Heritage
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