Building record MDR11036 - Station house and engine house, Langwith Maltings, Scarcliffe
Type and Period (2)
- STATION MASTERS HOUSE (Victorian to Edwardian - 1880 AD to 1910 AD)
- ENGINE HOUSE (Victorian - 1890 AD to 1899 AD)
- None recorded
Station House, Langwith. Station house of original Midland Railway at Langwith. Typically ornate design in local magnesian limestone: replacement tile roof. When the line was re-opened to passenger traffic in 1998, the original station was superseded by a new one slightly to the north at Whaley Thorns. (1) Railway line and station not shown on 1st ed. OS 25", but present on 2nd ed. (2) Engine house built in association with former maltings. Rock faced limestone with slate roof. Currently (2008) vacant and vandalised. New uses being considered in association with larger site for housing development and/or light industry. Paritally collapsed, though building made safe. Owner to prepare scheme for re-use. (3)
- <1> SDR19367 Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D. 2000. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology. Part V. North East Derbyshire. p 12.
- <2> SDR19683 Personal Observation: Brown, J. Observation based on personal experience, map evidence, site visit etc..
- <3> SDR22980 Unpublished document: Bolsover District Council. 2008. Bolsover District Council Historic Environment Scheme 2008-2012.
|Grid reference||Centred SK 52673 69883 (10m by 10m)|
|Civil Parish||SCARCLIFFE, BOLSOVER, DERBYSHIRE|
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Record last edited
Feb 8 2021 8:20PM