Goods shed. c1860. Red brick with red brick and ashlar dressings. Slate roof with over hanging eaves. Single storey, with triple ridge roof running north-south. North front has central train entrance divided into 3 by square cast iron columns, flanked by-single round headed windows with unusual diamond light metal glazing bars, with another single window beyond to the left. Identical east and west fronts have alternating groups of 3 round headed windows and large loading entrances. The projecting protective roof is supported on 28 cast iron brackets decorated with 4 decreasing circles. The south front has a central train entrance divided into 3 by square cast iron columns, flanked by projecting lower office wings both with round headed windows and doors. This building was probably designed for the Midland Railway by Thompson and Fryer.
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