Description: Clevedon Pumping Station, Pump House
Date Listed: 15 June 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 33166
OS Grid Reference: ST4295971668
OS Grid Coordinates: 342959, 171668
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4411, -2.8221
TICKENHAM ROAD ROAD
Station, Pump House
ST 47 SW 3/141
1901 by Dare Bryan of Bristol. 'Jacobean style'. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings.
Tiled roof with coped verges, terminating in decorative stone finials. Large decorative
cupola with weathervane in centre of roof. 1 tall storey. 2 windows, casements with
stone mullions and transoms. Advanced central 2 storey porch tower terminating in
currilinear gable; 4-light casement; plank door under depressed arch with entablature
and arms of Clevedon Pumping Co in curtouche above. Battered clasping buttresses ending
in scroll. Decorative Copper and rainwater goods. Lower part of pumping house has
decorative vent. At rear is a chimney: rubble with ashlar top; octagonal on square plinth;
corbelled out decorative top with water spouts, cable moulding and cap.
Listing NGR: ST4295971668
Source: English Heritage
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