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Description: Premises of Rj Turk and Son (boatbuilders)
Date Listed: 11 June 1975
Date Delisted: 05 October 2004
English Heritage Building ID: 203184
OS Grid Reference: TQ1781869526
OS Grid Coordinates: 517818, 169526
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4125, -0.3073
The follwing building was de-listed 5 October 2004:
KINGSTON UPON THAMES
59/3/10 THAMES SIDE
11-JUN-75 Premises of RJ Turk and Son (Boatbuild
Brick building abutting Water Lane and adjoining weather-boarded workshop. The boatyard was established by Richard Turk in 1740. Present buildings probably date from early C19 but may include older fabric. 2 storeys, 3 bays facing the road with six bay extension to left. Both parts white painted weather-boarding, with a continuous strip of windows at 1st floor. Narrowly spaced glazing bars with over- lapping glazing. Hipped, pantiled roof to the right with slate to left hand extension. On the eaves of the right hand return elevation a Royal coat of arms with supporters of the post-1836 period "by appointment". Set well back to the right a C19, two storey house with its side abutting Water Lane. 4 bays wide. Brown brick with flat, gauged brick window arches. Hipped tiled roof.
Listing NGR: TQ1781869526
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Source: English Heritage
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