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© Mr Stewart Monk

IoE Number: 206210
Location: FIRE STATION, ROMAN ROAD E3 (north side)
Photographer: Mr Stewart Monk
Date Photographed: 01 May 2005
Date listed: 27 September 1973
Date of last amendment: 27 September 1973
Grade II

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ROMAN ROAD E34431(North Side)Fire StationTQ 3582 10/201II

ROMAN ROAD E3 1. 4431 (North Side) Fire Station TQ 3582 10/201 II 2. Late C19. In style of Norman Shaw. Red brick with blue brick and white stone dressings. Corner sexagonal banded tower. Slate roofs throughout, main one has crested tiles. Tall chimneys irregularly placed. 3 storeys and 2 ranks of dormers, lower rank through eaves and gabled, upper rank set in steeply pitched, high, roof. 3 bays width to Roman Road. Ground floor has 3 shallow moulded white stone arches over Fire Doors, separated by banded brick and stone buttresses. Above, decorative red tiles with white stone band at 1st floor sill level. 3 sash windows paired, under plain stone lintels. Blue brick band below 2nd floor windows which have red brick gauged arches and blue brick bands above. Stone cornice below lower dormers. Metal lettering on facade "Fire Brigade Station". Corner block 1 bay, windows in shallow arched brick recesses. Shield.

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