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Listed Building: FRANK WRIGHT'S CORN AND PROVENDER MILL (1335141)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 822, 2, 114
Date assigned Thursday, February 14, 1974
Date last amended

Description

1852. Formerly the railway engine house and goods shed. Later corn mill has been built in front of part of south-east facade. White sandstone, with slate roof, coped gabled end and stone chimney. One storey, 2 entrances with large pedimented wooden canopies supported on brackets. In addition to these 2 bays, 10 bays all recessed panels between plain pilasters. Corbelled cornice above each one. Centre 4 have blind archivolt with keystone and ledge. Door of similar type at south-west end. Windows on north-west elevation have cast iron glazing bars with margin lights. Some remnants of original translucent glass (ref Nixon F Industrial Archaelogy of Derbyshire).

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Location

Grid reference SK 17625 46189 (point)
Map sheet SK14NE
Civil Parish ASHBOURNE, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE

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Record last edited

Mar 3 2011 10:32AM

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