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IoE Number: 327594
Photographer: Mr John Turner
Date Photographed: 07 October 2001
Date listed: 07 July 1989
Date of last amendment: 07 July 1989
Grade II

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GOATHLAND NORTH YORK MOORS RAILWAY NZ824005 20/118 Goathland Station GV II Station house, ticket office, screen wall and weigh-house. c.1865. By the office of Thomas Prosser, Engineer and Architect to the North-Eastern Railway Company. Rockfaced sandstone with slate roof; four stacks, two rendered. 2-storey, 3-window house front with 1-storey, 1-window wing at left; at right, 1-storey range comprising ticket office, screen wall and weigh-house. House front has panelled double doors at right of 3-window canted bay with chamfered ogee-stopped jambs, cornice and hipped roof. Small 4-pane sash at far left end and similar, larger window elsewhere. At right of doors is inset station clock in mounded surround.. Chamfered eaves band. Crow-stepped gable ends and massive bulgy kneelers to main roof and wing. End stacks to both roofs and inserted stack at base of main roof at centre left. Ticket office: original doorway blocked by shuttered window at right of ticket window. Crow-stepped right gable. Screen wall further right has board door to former yard behind, and weigh-house at right end contains squat 6-pane sash; crow-stepped gables with bulgy kneelers at each end. Windows throughout have stone sills and all openings have bordered rusticated lintels. Rear: 4-pane sashes, those on house first floor blocked. Weigh-house toll window of four 6-pane horizontal sliding sashes. Included for historic interest.

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