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© Mr Derek E. Wharton

IoE Number: 38317
Photographer: Mr Derek E. Wharton
Date Photographed: 09 June 2006
Date listed: 07 July 1977
Date of last amendment: 07 July 1977
Grade II

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HUSBORNE CRAWLEYSP 93NE6/20Ridgmont Station (formerly7.7.77listed under Ridgmont parish)-II

HUSBORNE CRAWLEY SP 93NE 6/20 Ridgmont Station (formerly 7.7.77 listed under Ridgmont parish) - II Railway station, built c.1846 for the Bedford Branch of the old London North Western Railway. Mostly has roughcast render with ornamental applied timber framing. Other parts of yellow brick with red brick dressings. C20 tiles to most roofs, although some retain fishscale tiles. One storey and attics cross-plan. Picturesque style. NW elevation (towards platform): applied timber framing is in cross and herringbone pattern. Projecting gable has projecting rectangular bay to ground floor, containing mullion and transom windows and with hipped sash window with drip mould. Gable is flanked by verandah porches, their braces forming pointed arches. LH block nas jettied upper floor and small gabled dormer. Gables have pierced decorative bargeboards with finials. Brick ridge stack to projecting gable, gable end stack to LH block. The down platform has a tongue and groove plank shelter with plain valance.

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