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Description: Rushton Spencer Station
Date Listed: 20 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 275373
OS Grid Reference: SJ9358762465
OS Grid Coordinates: 393587, 362465
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1593, -2.0974
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RUSHTON C.P. RUSHTON SPENCER
SJ 96 SW
4/162 Rushton Spencer
Railway station, now dwelling. 1844. Coursed and dressed sandstone
rubble; banded and shaped tile roof; verge parapets with finials on
corbelled kneelers; circular and diamond shafted corniced stone stacks.
Irregular and complex plan with extended frontage to raised platform;
Tudor style. Entrance front of 2-storey centre block and set-back flanking
single-storey wings; centre block in 3 parts; projecting gabled 2-
storey porch to right of centre with 2-light ovolo mullioned window in
corbelled, projecting block surround to first floor over Tudor-arched
doorway with double, boarded doors; C20 datestone over, depicting
Staffordshire knot and dated 1844; slightly set-back bay to right of
porch with small gable and stack to apex; one small window to right
of ground floor; slightly set-back, single-storey, parapetted and flat-
roofed bay to left of porch with 3-light ovolo mullioned casement window
to centre, set against 2-storey part, well set-back to rear with one
window (similar to that below) of 2 lights also to centre; flanking
single-storey wing to right has small segmental-arched sash window to
right of centre and triangular bay window to right-hand end, corresponding
left wing of 3 small windows and lower roofline to left-hand end. Built
for Leak and Macclesfield Railway, eventually taken over by the North
Listing NGR: SJ9358762465
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Source: English Heritage
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