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Description: Entrance Gates at South East Entrance to Battersea Park
Date Listed: 14 November 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 207214
OS Grid Reference: TQ2863177086
OS Grid Coordinates: 528631, 177086
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4781, -0.1491
Entrance gates at
TQ 27 NE 2/14 south-east entrance
to Battersea Park
Entrance gates. c1891 for London County Council. Outer pedestrian gateways are of
Portland stone in Arts and Crafts style. Nowy-headed coping; floating cornice above
tall keystone with carved Art-Nouveau style female head; moulded stone architrave
frames semi-circular arched doorway. Wrought-iron pedestrian gates and ramped
carriage gates, with scrolled ironwork to upper panels and spear finials. Flanking
wrought-iron screen walls, are ramped up to pedestrian gates. One of 4 such
entrances to Battersea Park designed in the 1850s by James Pennethorne.
Listing NGR: TQ2863177086
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Source: English Heritage
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