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Description: Field House
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336066
OS Grid Reference: SE1897837941
OS Grid Coordinates: 418978, 437941
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8374, -1.7131
5111 APPERLEY ROAD
Apperley Bridge BD10
SE 1837 18/217 25.1.78
Circa 1840 rebuild of 1776 canal toll house standing at right angles to road and
backing on to the tow path. Two storeys and basement with part of original building remaining as outhouse to the south. Coursed sandstone "bricks". Two window front to garden, revealed C19 sashes and plain doorway with marginal glazed rectangular fanlight. Gable end stone slate roof with flanking chimneys, small consoles to the eaves. The original building retains a 2 light square mullion window.
Listing NGR: SE1897837941
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Source: English Heritage
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