Listed Building: SHELTER TO NORTH OF THE ENTRANCE LODGE TO DERBY ARBORETUM (1271145)

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Grade II
Authority English Heritage
Volume/Map/Item 893, 6, 10081
Date assigned Tuesday, November 28, 2000
Date last amended

Description

Shelter or garden pavilion. c1850, probably designed by Henry Duesbury of Derby. Red brick with painted ashlar dressings. Single storey. Plain ashlar plinth and moulded ashlar cornice with brackets. Western front has broad segmental arch with keystone supported on square stone columns with decorative capitals and moulded bases. Either side single similar round headed arches with low panelled walls and tall spear railings. Parapet topped with ashlar cartouche and shield. Derby Arboretum was laid out 1839-40 by J C Loudon, and extended 1845. It was the first park to be specifically designed for and owned by the public as a direct result of the Movement for Public Walks. This Arboretum is included on the Gardens Register at grade II*.

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Location

Grid reference SK 35574 35110 (point)
Map sheet SK33NE
Civil Parish DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE

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Jan 8 2014 1:32PM

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