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Description: Thurgarton Railway Station. Principal Passenger Building
Date Listed: 21 November 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 242053
OS Grid Reference: SK6970248494
OS Grid Coordinates: 469702, 348494
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0292, -0.9621
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THURGARTON STATION ROAD
SK 64 NE (east side)
4/101 Thurgarton Railway
Railway station, passenger building. 1847 Neo-Tudor style.
Yellow brick with ashlar dressings and raised ashlar quoins.
Slate roof with pierced and scalloped barge boards. Single brick
and ashlar ridge stack with single similar stack to the right
with 4 hexagonal shafts and single stack to the rear. South east
facade one and a half storeys, 3 bays with further single storey,
single bay set back to the right. The outer one and a half
storey bays project and are gabled. Central bay with chamfered
doorway with ashlar quoin surround and wooden door. To the left
is a single casement with ashlar quoin surround. Over and
linking the gabled bays is a sloping slate roof. In the left
single bay is a single C20 tripartite fixed light with concrete
surround. In the right single bay is a polygonal single storey
projecting bay with brick and ashlar parapet, single central
ashlar cross window flanked by single windows each with single
ashlar transom, all are fixed lights and all except a single
panel have hexagonal glazing bars. The side wall of this bay
has a single fixed light with hexagonal glazing bars and ashlar
quoin surround. In the single storey bay to the right is a
single ashlar cross fixed light with hexagonal glazing bars and
ashlar quoin surround being gabled over, the gable breaking
through the eaves. Above is a single central casement with
ashlar quoin surround and gable over which breaks through the
eaves. In each of the projecting bays are single cross casements
with ashlar quoin surrounds. On Nottingham-Lincoln line.
Listing NGR: SK6970248494
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Source: English Heritage
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