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Description: Arch Lodge and Flanking Wall (Junction 1 M5 Motorway and A41)
Date Listed: 28 May 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 219251
OS Grid Reference: SP0185490412
OS Grid Coordinates: 401854, 290412
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5116, -1.9741
SANDWELL MB BIRMINGHAM ROAD
SP 09 SW
5/46 Arch Lodge and and
flanking wall (junction 1
M5 motorway and A41)
Lodge to Sandwell Hall. Probably early C18. Possibly by William Smith
(Pevsner). Comprises a pedimented gateway of rusticated sandstone ashlar
with slate roof and a left-hand curved flanking wall of brick with sandstone
coping. This terminates with a battered rusticated pier. The gateway has a
round arch with moulded imposts. At each side is an engaged Doric column
and a Doric pilaster. The passage between the gateways has a tunnel vault
with ribs. Sandwell Hall was demolished in 1928. (BoE, p303).
Listing NGR: SP0185490412
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Source: English Heritage
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