Building record MDR13691 - Ferns Hollow, Station Road, Ilkeston
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(Victorian to Edwardian - 1880 AD to 1902 AD)
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A late nineteenth century house. The house is built of red brick beneath a gabled slate roof. The front elevation is two and a half storeys tall. There is a single storey canted bay window and, above, a pair of vertical sashes with glazing bars. This was the home of Samuel Shaw (1862-1941), a brick manufacturer and Mayor of Ilkeston in 1910-12. It was also the home of his son Brian Duncan Shaw (1898-1999), a chemist. This building is considered to have special historic interest due to its close historic association with Brian Duncan Shaw, a figure of national interest. (1)
*Internet Web Site: Erewash Borough Council. List of buildings of local interest. www.erewash.gov.uk. LL/754.
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Centred SK 4709 4231 (11m by 15m)
ILKESTON, EREWASH, DERBYSHIRE
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Jun 1 2016 2:41PM
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