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Description: 105, Duke Street
Date Listed: 14 March 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 214034
OS Grid Reference: SJ3488989882
OS Grid Coordinates: 334889, 389882
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4017, -2.9808
SJ 3489 DUKE STREET
30/396 No. 105
Originally the Union Newsroom, then from 1852-60 Liverpool's first
public library, now offices,1800. John Foster the Elder.
Ashlar, 2 storeys, and basement, 5 bays to Duke Street, 3
bays to Slater Street. Ground floor has 4 round-headed
windows, left hand bay occupied by later porch, part of
westward extension not included in this item. Cornice,
stringcourse. 5 fixed windows upon sill band, and 5 panels
above. Cornice and parapet. Slater Street facade has
centre pediment, a Venetian window to 1st floor with Ionic
columns, and 3 round-headed windows to ground floor.
Originally the Union Newsroom, Liverpool's 1st public
Listing NGR: SJ3489089880
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Source: English Heritage
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