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Latitude: 55.7144 / 55°42'51"N
Longitude: -2.1485 / 2°8'54"W
OS Eastings: 390770
OS Northings: 646781
OS Grid: NT907467
Mapcode National: GBR F2FC.ND
Mapcode Global: WH9YN.ZM2N
Entry Name: House, Offices, Waiting Room, Platforms and Lamps at Norham Station
Listing Date: 11 February 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1042225
English Heritage Legacy ID: 237943
Location: Norham, Northumberland, TD15
Civil Parish: Norham
Built-Up Area: Norham
Traditional County: Northumberland
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northumberland
Church of England Parish: Norham St Cuthbert
Church of England Diocese: Newcastle
NORHAM NORHAM STATION
NT 94 NW
5/90 House, offices,
waiting room ,
Disused station including 2 platforms with 4 lamps, the station master's
house, the waiting room, the office and telegraph office, the porter's room
and a store, formerly the base of the signal box. 1849 for the York, Newcastle and
Berwick Railway. Waiting room, office and store, and the lamps probably late
C19. House, platforms and porter's room ashlar, the other buildings wood
boarding; Welsh slate roofs.
House: Tudor style. Single storey towards platform, 2 storeys to rear. 2
plus 3 bays. Lower left section has 2 boarded doors. Right section has one-
light window in the centre and flanking 3-light mullioned windows. Gabled
roof with 2 end stacks of paired, corniced shafts.
Waiting room and offices: single storey, 4 bays. Panelled doors in 2nd and
4th bays, small-paned casement windows in 1st and 3rd bays. Original telegraph
notice attached and enamel signs on doors. Gabled roof.
Porter's room separated from office by flight of stone steps. Single storey,
one bay with boarded door. Gabled roof with banded end stack. 2 storeys to
rear with single-storey, 5-bay lean-to which has boarded doors in outer bays
and two 12-pane and one 18-pane Yorkshire sashes. Two 8-pane Yorkshire sashes
on 1st floor.
On each platform 2 Victorian gas lamps probably re-set on later concrete posts.
They are supported on curved iron brackets, have the station name on the glass,
antefixae at the corners and little onion-shaped finials
Railway Stations of the North East: Hoole: Newton Abbott and London, 1985.
Listing NGR: NT9077046781
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