Description: Former Waiting Room, Alton Railway Station
Date Listed: 17 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 275131
OS Grid Reference: SK0706242684
OS Grid Coordinates: 407062, 342684
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9815, -1.8963
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SK 0642-0742 FARLEY C.P. FARLEY LANE (South-west side)
13/136 Former waiting room, Alton
- railway station
Former waiting roam. Circa 1849. Rock faced ashlar with chamfered
rustication and smooth faced ashlar dressings; hipped pan tile roofs
with bracketed overhanging eaves; ashlar ridge stack. Italianate
style; aligned east-west facing south, main range to the centre with
shelter to the south and extensions to the north and west. One storey;
4 bays, open fronted shelter with wooden piers bracketed to the eaves
and wooden fretted fringe, 2 round-headed windows with bracketed sills;
half-glazed doors to left and right with semi-circular fan-lights, both
doors and windows are recessed. Alton railway station formerly served
the now disused Churnet Valley Railway which opened in 1849.
Listing NGR: SK0706242684
Source: English Heritage
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