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Description: The Black Bull
Date Listed: 14 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 237691
OS Grid Reference: NT9914828070
OS Grid Coordinates: 399148, 628070
Latitude/Longitude: 55.5463, -2.0150
NT 9928 WOOLER HIGH STREET
17/116 The Black Bull
Inn. C19, remodelled 1910. Ashlar and rock-faced ashlar with red-tiled roof.
Arts and Crafts style. 3 storeys and attics, 3 bays.
Rock-faced ground floor has 5 irregular openings with archway in left bay,
2-leaf door with oval glazed panels in 2nd bay, and three 15-pane sashes.
Upper floors 3 windows, Centre bay is a 2-storey octagonal oriel on large wood
brackets. It has wood mullioned-and-transomed windows and lead aprons inscribed
in typical letters HE AD 1910 THE BLACK BULL. Apron on 2nd floor is
decorated with Tudor roses and fleurs de lys.
2-light sash windows, the upper sashes with small panes.
Pronounced modillioned and moulded cornice, curved around oriel. Decorative
Gabled roof with flat coping, corniced end stacks and corniced, flat-topped
Listing NGR: NT9914828070
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Source: English Heritage
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