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Listed Building: NORTH PORTAL TO CLAY CROSS RAILWAY TUNNEL (1087810)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 215, 2, 20
Date assigned Tuesday, May 5, 1981
Date last amended

Description

Railway tunnel entrance. 1838-40 by George Stephenson. Rock-faced stone and ashlar. Two tapering octagonal towers with sloping ashlar bases. Moulded stringcourses to tops of base, and tower. Slit and arrow windows to towers. Above, castellated embattlements. Between, large elliptical arch with rounded mouldings. Above, projecting castellated parapets on moulded corbels. Tunnel opened as part of North Midlands Railway in 1840. Listing NGR: SK3971364232

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Location

Grid reference SK 3971 6423 (point)
Map sheet SK36SE
Civil Parish CLAY CROSS, NORTH EAST DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE

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Jun 11 2023 7:40PM

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