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Description: Offices at Marstons Brewery
Date Listed: 30 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 273062
OS Grid Reference: SK2313323405
OS Grid Coordinates: 423133, 323405
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8077, -1.6583
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1. (South side)
Offices at Marston's
SK 22 SW 6/756 Brewery Brewery
Brewery offices. c1875. Red brick with blue brick and some stone dressings; Welsh
slate roof. Long range of 15 windows in 3 parts. Centre Part has carriage entry to
brewery flanked by octagonal gate piers and wrought iron gates. 7 bays defined by
pilasters each with round headed sashes, those on the ground floor now replaced with
top-hung casements. 6 panelled door in third bay from left. Windows have moulded
rendered heads and impost bands, those in bays 3 and 5 from the left replaced by canted
wooden bay windows on thefirst floor. Moulded eaves cornice and parapet above toothed
eaves. Left part: Austere 8 - window range. Similar fenestration with 7 windows to
left and 5 to right of pedimented 6-panel door with plain fanlight. Ground-floor windows
have blue brick heads. Right part: Pair of round-headed sashes to left; 3 irregular
sashes with cambered heads to right. C20 shop-front to left of centre. Six C20 dormers.
Truncated end stacks. These buildings dominate the street frontage of Marston's Brewery,
the brewery itself being visible through the gate. J Cooksey: Brewery Buildingsin Burton
on Trent p.37-38.London: Victorian Society,1984.
Included for group value only.
Listing NGR: SK2313323405
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Source: English Heritage
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