© Mr David Clayton
THE TOLL HOUSE, BOAT LANE (east side)
SPROTBROUGH, DONCASTER, SOUTH YORKSHIRE
Mr David Clayton
04 August 2006
11 April 1986
Date of last amendment:
11 April 1986
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SE5OSW SPROTBROUGH BOAT LANE
7/138 The Toll House
Toll House. 1849 for Sir Joseph William Copley (press cutting); C20 additions.
Dressed sandstone, ashphalt roof. Single storey with half basement, 3 bays.
Plinth; chamfered, ashlar quoins. Central bay breaks forward and has renewed
panelled door in architrave. Flanking bays have renewed casements with glazing
bars, blocks to moulded sills, architraves. Ashlar frieze and deep cornice with
blocking course. Moulded plinth to renewed central stack with tabling. Right
return as outer bays. Altered fenestration on left return and rear. C20 garage
addition to left not of special interest. Tolls collected here for passage over
Sprotbrough Bridge were said to have been given by the Copley family to the
Press cutting in possession of occupant: Doncaster Star, 15 Jan 1974.