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Description: Water Board Pumping Station
Date Listed: 12 October 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 319090
OS Grid Reference: SU1331330855
OS Grid Coordinates: 413313, 130855
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0769, -1.8113
Water Board Pumping Station
SU 1330 9/447
Circa 1850, 1 storey raised on plinth grey brick. L plan. Low pitch hipped
slate roof and gable end slate roof, flat eaves, Frieze with moulded bed.
South west front: left hand projecting part has recessed round headed window,
glazing bars, rendered pilaster frame and architrave over. Later window and
to right 6 panel door with radial glazed semi-circular fanlight, same surround +
as left hand window. Return front of projection has one similar window.
Recessed section has projecting entrance with large double doors, segmental
arched fanlight, plain rendered flanking strips, moulded imposts, architrave
over. Extension to right has 2 round headed windows with fixed iron glazing
bars with decorated ties. Plain rendered flanking strips, entablature linking
windows at impost level, architraves over. Gable end to street with stone
coping. Large round headed window with iron fixed glazing bars with rosette
pattern ties. Gault brick surround. Internally the pumping machinery is
Listing NGR: SU1331330855
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Source: English Heritage
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