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Description: Mint Wing of St Mary's Hosptial
Date Listed: 2 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 207686
OS Grid Reference: TQ2670781374
OS Grid Coordinates: 526707, 181374
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5171, -0.1753
TQ 2681 SE CITY OF WESTMINSTER WINSLAND STREET, W2
52/4 (north-west side off)
2.12.86 Mint wing of St Mary's
Multi-storey stable range, now converted to hospital use. 1878 for Great Western
Railway with considerable rebuilding including resurfacing of brickwork in 1922
and conversion in 1960s. Yellow brick, ramps partly renewed in concrete. Welsh
slate roof. 3 storeys ranged around an irregular courtyard. To outer walls,
mainly segment-arched windows to ground and 2nd floors, C20 windows in enlarged
openings to 1st floor. Interior of yard: 2 levels of originally open galleries
(now glazed) connected by sloping ramps leading to stables of which the original
openings mainly survive although converted to hospital use. The stables were
constructed to hold approximately 600 horses to serve the main line terminal at
Paddington. Included for historical interest and group value with station.
London's Industrial Heritage, A Wilson,1970, p 90, illustrated on p 91.
Listing NGR: TQ2670781374
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Source: English Heritage
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