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IoE Number: 326959
Location: RAILWAY STATION, STATION AVENUE (south west side)
Photographer: Mr Derek Mason LRPS
Date Photographed: 31 October 1999
Date listed: 23 August 1985
Date of last amendment: 23 August 1985
Grade II*

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In the entry for the following:- TA 18 SW FILEY STATION ROAD 11/22 (south-west side, off) Railway Station II The Grade shall be amended to read II * (star) ------------------------------------ TA 18 SW FILEY STATION AVENUE (south-west side, off) 11/22 Railway Station II Railway station. 1846, with later alterations. By G. T. Andrews. Red brick in English bond, on stone plinth; brick and sandstone dressings; slate roof; brick stacks. Entrance range with train shed behind. Single-storey, 7-bay projecting central range; 4-bay and 3-bay ranges to left and right. Raised and chamfered quoins to central bay. Central entrance with panelled double doors with radial fanlight in projecting quoined doorcase with keyed, gauged brick arch. Similar door inserted to left replacing original window. 12-pane sashes to each side. Remaining windows are round-headed with radial glazing and keyed, gauged brick arches, though some have been modified Moulded sill and impost bands. Cavetto-moulded overhanging eaves course with plain parapet above. Each range has a separate hipped roof. Timber and glass canopy on iron brackets to central range. Rear: 10 bays articulated by plain pilasters, partly obscured by later storage buildings. 2 sets of tall, sliding, loading doors. Remaining bays contain tall, segment-headed windows with iron glazing bars and stone sills under gauged brick arches. Coved timber cornice over a moulded timber string course. Late C19 passenger footbridge connects the platforms. Slate trainshed roof supported on diagonal rafters laid on iron trusses of 5 vertical struts with diagonal braces between.

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