Listed Building: GRAIN WAREHOUSE TO SOUTH OF TOWN GOODS SHED IN ST MARY'S GOODS YARD, MANSFIELD ROAD (1230522)

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Grade II
Authority English Heritage
Volume/Map/Item 893, 5, 117B
Date assigned Tuesday, January 5, 1988
Date last amended

Description

Grain Warehouse. 1861-2. Red brick with ashlar and red brick dressings. Slate roofs with dentilated brick eaves and ashlar coped gables, and single gable brick stack. Identical east and west facades of 5 bays with recessed centre bay and end bays. Round headed central window with rusticated ashlar head, flanked by single doorways, each with double plank doors under segment heads with rusticated ashlar heads, flanked in turn by single round headed windows with rusticated ashlar heads. Above a single window flanked by 3 light windows, in turn flanked by single windows, all with continuous lintel drip mould. Above again a single window flanked by 2 light windows, in turn flanked by single windows. Above again a central blind window, flanked by pairs of round headed windows, in turn flanked by blind windows. Each of the projecting bays stopped by a shallow pediment. Interior: Retains wooden flooring supported on cast iron columns, with various internal hoists still intact. This building was probably designed for the Midland Railway by Thompson and Fryer.

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Location

Grid reference SK 35530 36885 (point)
Map sheet SK33NE
Civil Parish DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE

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Jan 8 2014 11:52AM

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