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Description: Gate Lodge, Entrance Gates, Piers and Railings to East Finchley Cemetery
Date Listed: 2 August 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 199259
OS Grid Reference: TQ2601489791
OS Grid Coordinates: 526014, 189791
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5929, -0.1822
The following building shall be added:
TQ 2589 EAST END ROAD
31-/23/10010 Gate lodge, entrance gates,
piers and railings to East
Gate lodge, gates, and railings to cemetery. 1854, to designs by Barnet and Birch. Kentish
ragstone facing with stone dressings. Roofs of slate. 2 storeys. L-plan with one triple lancet
to East End Road, one oriel to crosswing on return, and scattered fenestration to entrance
range. Gothic Revival style. Entrance set in porch, boarded over at the time of writing,
at join of wings; two-light window above lighting stair hall; moulded stack to return of
crosswing, right return of entrance range and gable end of crosswing. Features of note
include: triple lancet light to ground floor of crosswing with oriel above supported by
moulded corbels. To left a gateway with pedestrian gap and broader carriageway; stepped
coping and parapet. A low parapet wall extends from this to the south east terminating at
east end of site in a pair of gatepiers framing a carriageway; that to left with pedestrian gap.
Piers treated as setback buttresses. Metal gates to all openings. Stone piers and metal railings
extend from low parapet wall attached to the north west corner of the lodge for a total of
fourteen bays (railings to third bay interrupted), turning corner to the A406. Part of a group
of mid-C19 buildings which includes the Nonconformist and Anglican chapels, East End
Road (g.v.). Derelict at the time of inspection (June 1993).
Listing NGR: TQ2601489791
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Source: English Heritage
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