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Description: Front Building of Manfield Shoe Factory
Date Listed: 22 January 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 232249
OS Grid Reference: SP7714861336
OS Grid Coordinates: 477148, 261336
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2448, -0.8715
Front Building of
Manfield Shoe Factory
SP 76 SE 14/537
l890 by Charles Dorman. One of the first factories in England to be arranged
on 1 floor. Jacobean style in stone dressed red brick under Westmorland slated
roof with stone coped gables, 3 with stone finials to projecting 2 storey centre,
3 each to recessed single storey wings. Stone mullioned and transomed casement
windows, 11 to centre, 7 to each wing. Central entrance up stone steps has recessed
elliptically arched porch under oriel bay window.
Listing NGR: SP7714861336
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Source: English Heritage
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