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Description: Tattershalls Arch
Date Listed: 10 March 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 275708
OS Grid Reference: TL6420462949
OS Grid Coordinates: 564204, 262949
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2402, 0.4035
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TL 66 SW NEWMARKET PARK PADDOCKS
under The Avenue)
Triumphal arch, 1864, by Charles Freeman. In the Roman manner,
about 7 metres high. Portland limestone, slated roof.
Entablature with pediment, on Doric columns, framing a semi-
circular arched opening; the south-west and north-east faces are
identical; but the latter has a coat of arms in relief within the
pediment. On each return wall, the limestone blocks are
rusticated, with flat-arched openings. The structure originally
stood at Tattershalls Knightsbridge, London showrooms as part of
a larger composition, and was removed to its present site,
Listing NGR: TL6420462949
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Source: English Heritage
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