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Description: Methodist Chapel, and Attached Railings
Date Listed: 2 July 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 192802
OS Grid Reference: TF0296069379
OS Grid Coordinates: 502960, 369379
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2115, -0.4597
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HEIGHINGTON CHAPEL LANE
TF 0270-0370 (west side)
Methodist Chapel, and
Methodist chapel. 1815. Coursed limestone rubble with partial render.
Slate roof. Plinth, ashlar eaves band and corner pilaster buttresses.
Single storey. East front, 3 bay with projecting rendered porch, with
ashlar eaves band and coped parapet, east front has a single margin light
sash between pilaster buttresses and south return has double panel
doors. Eitherside are single glazing bar sashes with plain ashlar
hoods. North gable wall has a tall round headed central panel which
rises into the pedimented gable, with a tiny lancet above. West front
has 3 glazing bar sashes, all with plain ashlar hoods. Attached to east
a low ashlar wall with coping and cart iron spearhead railings and gate.
Listing NGR: TF0296069379
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Source: English Heritage
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