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Grade II
Authority English Heritage
Volume/Map/Item 893, 1, 10075
Date assigned Wednesday, September 6, 2000
Date last amended


1903 with late C20 alterations. Designed by Alexander MacPherson for the Derby Tramway Co and built by Messrs Ford & Co. Red brick with ashlar banding and ashlar dressings, plain tile roofs and polished marble plinth. 4 storeys. Irregular facade with altered ground floor under projecting canopy. Original doorway to right in deeply chamfered ashlar surround topped with oval overlight and to right a small casement in ashlar surround. Left end has canted corner with panelled door in ashlar surround with 2-light overlight and plaque inscribed TRAMWAY OFFICE topped by pediment with circular opening. Upper section has canted bay window topped with octagonal tower and copper domed roof. Main facade has 3 windows to left with 3-light, single light and 3-light casements to first and second floors. Above a set back balcony with a 3-light window and scroll brackets with to right a 4-light dormer window set in a hipped roof with octagonal cupola. To right 2 single light casement windows set at differing levels, this section topped with a gable and an elaborate Venetian window. Gable has ashlar coping and scroll kneelers with a segment pediment at the apex with a deeply set plaque inscribed 1903. To the right set at an angle a very narrow bay with a single light casement to each floor topped with an oval window with an elaborate ashlar surround.

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Grid reference SK 35190 36170 (point)
Map sheet SK33NE

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Jan 14 2014 2:56PM

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