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Description: Old Railway Station
Date Listed: 23 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196810
OS Grid Reference: SK8631294437
OS Grid Coordinates: 486312, 394437
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4397, -0.7021
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SK 89 SE BLYTON
9/1 Old Railway
Former Railway Station now house. c.1860 with later C19
additions, pale yellow brick with ashlar dressings, slate roof
having stone coped gables with large kneelers and ball finials to
the gables, one red brick and 3 yellow brick wall and ridge
stacks. T-plan. One and a half storey, 3 bay front, the 2 right
hand bays project and are gabled, and beyond is a single storey 2
bay range. At the left end is a planked door with segmental
head and above is a flat timber platform canopy. Beyond is a
canted bay window with stone mullions and hipped slate roof and a
3 light casement window. In the single storey range is a 2
light casement and beyond a single planked door with segmental
head. To 1st floor are 2 two light casements. All casements
have chamfer moulded ashlar mullions, ashlar surrounds and
Listing NGR: SK8631294437
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Source: English Heritage
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