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Description: Former Rushton Station and Attached Station-Master's House
Date Listed: 5 May 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 231155
OS Grid Reference: SP8435783066
OS Grid Coordinates: 484357, 283066
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4391, -0.7605
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SP88SW STATION ROAD
1337-0/4/237 (North side)
05/05/81 Former Rushton Station and attached
(Formerly Listed as:
Main passenger building & Station
Master's house of Glendon and
Former station and station-master's house. Mid C19, of pale
squared coursed limestone with red and blue brick dressings,
slate roofs with decorative barge boards and brick ridge and
lateral stacks. Station building of one storey. Entrance front
has round-headed doorway to left, leading to through passage
to platford. 4 pairs of round-headed windows, with hood-moulds
and fixed lattice glazing. Brick dentil eaves. Platform side
has gables to waiting room and similar pairs of round-headed
windows (but without hood- moulds) flanking slitted entrance
arch. Panelled doors to 3 rooms still labelled LADIES ROOM
STATION MASTER and BOOKING HALL. Interiors remarkably
complete, with panelling and office fittings. 2-storey,
station-masters house set at right angles to station, has
similar windows (but with sashes) to ground and first floors
of gable end. Entrance house and low projecting wing. Similar
but simpler single-light window to first floor left.
Listing NGR: SP8435783066
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Source: English Heritage
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