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Description: Masonic Hall Buildings (Occupied by National Westminster Bank and Prudential Insurance)
Date Listed: 26 August 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 216610
OS Grid Reference: SP1211396281
OS Grid Coordinates: 412113, 296281
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5642, -1.8227
5104 MILL STREET
Masonic Hall Buildings
(Occupied by National
Westminster Bank and
SP 1296 1/32
Circa 1860 by G Bidlake of Wolverhampton. Built from compensation of £3,000
from London and N Western Railway Co, which had undertaken to build a railway
avoiding Sutton Park "under penalty of £20,000".
Polychromatic Venetian Gothic style in brick, stone and tiles. Former Town Hall.
2 storeys, pointed arched 2 and 3 light windows with stone colonettes. Stone
capped plinth, patterned tiled bands and window aprons. Corbelled 1st floor
stringcourse and eaves cornice. Low pitched hipped Welsh slated roof. 1st
floor south corner window over canted ground floor. South front 1st floor
3 light bay window with stone colonettes next to tower porch projecting with
flush quoins, carved tympanum to pointed arched doorway up steps.
Listing NGR: SP1211396281
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Source: English Heritage
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