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Description: Former Primitive Mehodist Chapel
Date Listed: 5 July 1978
English Heritage Building ID: 229435
OS Grid Reference: TG2321007768
OS Grid Coordinates: 623210, 307768
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6218, 1.2962
TG 2307 NW QUEEN'S ROAD
5.7.78. Former Primitive
Primitive Methodist Chapel now under conversion to offices (1984).
Architect Edward Boardman. Grey brick with moulded brick and stone
details; slate roof. Classical style. 3-bay front with centre set
forward slightly. Pilasters with Corinthian capitals support central
pediment and entablature. Panelled double doors have a segmental over-
light in moulded architrave under a small hood set within a recessed
round-headed arch with dentilled imposts and containing a large wheel
window. Bays to left and right have rusticated brickwork on the ground
floor with small round-headed windows linked by a continuous moulded impost.
Moulded brick stringcourse at first-floor sill level with tall narrow round-
headed windows. The side elevations of 5 bays in similar style have slightly
projecting end bays and a continuous modillion cornice. The interior has
been stripped of its fittings and the gallery destroyed.
Listing NGR: TG2321007768
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Source: English Heritage
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