Description: Boiler House and Laundry North of Jane Walker Hospital
Date Listed: 10 March 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 278704
OS Grid Reference: TL9516534357
OS Grid Coordinates: 595165, 234357
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9734, 0.8400
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NAYLAND WITH WISSINGTON -
TL 93 SE
15/10002 Boiler house and laundry
north of Jane Walker Hospital
Boiler-house and laundry to Jane Walker Hospital (qv). Circa 1898-1900 by
Smith and Brewer for the East Anglian Sanatorium Company. English bond
brick. Pantile roofs with gabled and hipped ends. Plan: Long narrow SE
range is the laundry with water tower and integral chimney at its NW end,
at right angles to which is the boilerhouse with broad double-span roof.
Functional late Victorian Free Style. Exterior: 1 storey. The broad twin
gables of the boilerhouse are glazed and supported on battered brick
buttresses, and originally with large doors below; on the north side a low-
pitched gabled vehicular entrance with segmental arch; on south side of
boilerhouse a segmental window in wide gable. The laundry wing has large
segmental-headed 4-light windows with glazing bars on the west side and a
louvred ventilator on the ridge. On north a large rectangular water tower
surmounted by an iron tank with railings on top and iron ladder on side by
the integral tapered chimney which rises above the level of the tank.
Interior: not inspected.
Source: The Builder, 29 November, pp496-7
Listing NGR: TL9516534357
Source: English Heritage
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