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Description: The Waterloo Public House
Date Listed: 15 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 236728
OS Grid Reference: NU2639004401
OS Grid Coordinates: 426390, 604401
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3330, -1.5855
AMBLE QUEEN STREET
13/60 The Waterloo
Public House, 1837. Squared stone with tooled dressings, painted; Welsh
slate roof with brick stacks. 2 storeys, 3 bays, irregular. Basement plinth,
wooden fascia board under stone cornice at 1st floor level, eaves cornice.
Left-of-centre 6-panel door with plain overlight, flanked by pilasters with
block capitals; similar pilasters at left end and flanking window in right
bay; both ground-floor windows renewed but in old openings with projecting
moulded stone sills. 1st floor, carried slightly further to left than ground
floor, has left end pilaster and 4-pane sash windows in surrounds with
pilasters and raised aprons. Coped left gable; left end stack and ridge
stack, set axially, on right.
Part of the original planned development coeval with the harbour, built by
the contractors Sandersons.
Listing NGR: NU2639004401
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Source: English Heritage
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