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Station Tavern

A Grade II Listed Building in Grosmont, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.436 / 54°26'9"N

Longitude: -0.7243 / 0°43'27"W

OS Eastings: 482842

OS Northings: 505260

OS Grid: NZ828052

Mapcode National: GBR RKC4.ZL

Mapcode Global: WHF8Y.VR8N

Entry Name: Station Tavern

Listing Date: 7 July 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1148749

English Heritage Legacy ID: 327606

Location: Grosmont, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO22

County: North Yorkshire

District: Scarborough

Civil Parish: Grosmont

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Grosmont St Matthew

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

GROSMONT FRONT STREET
NZ 80 NW
(north side)
3/130 Station Tavern
GV II
Public house. c.1835. For the Whitby and Pickering Railway Company,
licensed to John Buttery. Bordered tooled sandstone on chamfered plinth;
ashlar porch and tooled dressings. Timber boxed eaves and pantile roof.
Central-entry plan with parallel wing offset at rear. 2-storey, 3-window
front. 4-panelled door, partly glazed, beneath ogee-shaped lintel, in
prostyle Doric porch with frieze and moulded cornice. All windows are
large-pane casements with painted stone sills, those on ground floor
ogee-headed beneath ogee-shaped lintels. First floor and eaves bands.
Overhanging eaves to hipped roof with end stacks rising from base of roof.
Left return: 2 storeys and 2 windows, with 2-storey, 2-window parallel wing
set back at left. Detailing of main part same as on front. Parallel wing
has altered windows on both floors and flat coped gable-end parapet, ramped
up on each side. When first built the building was known as The Tunnel
Inn, and was possibly the first purpose-built building for the Whitby and
Pickering Railway. RCHM, Houses of The North York Moors, p.136; fig.236.


Listing NGR: NZ8284205260

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