Description: Pump House to Bracebridge Heath Service Reservoir
Date Listed: 2 July 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 192782
OS Grid Reference: SK9781067214
OS Grid Coordinates: 497810, 367214
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1930, -0.5375
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BRACEBRIDGE HEATH GRANTHAM ROAD
SK 9667-9767 (east side)
Pump House to
Pump house. 1912. Designed by Niel McKechnie Barron, in the Baroque Revival
style. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings. Roofs hidden behind high coped
parapet. Moulded eaves band, plinth and flush ashlar quoins. South square
tower with extended octagonal plan pump house behind, with smaller octagonal
upper floor. Tower has doorway with flush ashlar surrounds and hood, above a
circular window with ashlar surround and large double keystone under
segmental hood, above again a tiny lancet. Tower topped by an octagonal
leaded dome with finial. Either side are single circular openings with
commemorative inscriptions. Side walls each have 2 glazing bar windows with
ashlar surrounds and hoods.
Listing NGR: SK9781067214
Source: English Heritage
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