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Latitude: 53.5028 / 53°30'10"N
Longitude: -2.3886 / 2°23'18"W
OS Eastings: 374322
OS Northings: 400752
OS Grid: SD743007
Mapcode National: GBR CWRY.P1
Mapcode Global: WH988.86TZ
Entry Name: Entrance Gates to Former Worsley New Hall and Adjoining Quadrant Walls
Listing Date: 2 September 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1162967
English Heritage Legacy ID: 211996
Location: Salford, M28
Electoral Ward/Division: Worsley
Traditional County: Lancashire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester
Church of England Parish: Worsley St Mark
Church of England Diocese: Manchester
WORSLEY LEIGH ROAD
SD 70 SW
1/38 Entrance gates
to former Worsley
New Hall and
- quadrant walls
Entrance gates. c.1850. Probably by Blore for the 1st Earl
of Ellesmere. Made by Cottam and Hallen of London. Cast and
wrought iron with ashlar walls to either side. Double
carriage gates flanked by smaller pedestrian gates. The
gates are supported by intermediate square piers constructed
of iron bars. The gates are of similar construction. All
have elaborate scrollwork at top and bottom. The carriage
gates rise to a Baroque-type scrolled head and are
surmounted by the outline of a cartouche. Bold ashlar piers
to either side have recessed panels and moulded caps.
Pierced quadrant walls. The gates won an award when
exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. Illustrated in
The Builder, Dec. 10, 1853.
Listing NGR: SD7432200752
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