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© Mr Brian Peach LRPS

IoE Number: 384528
Location: STOKE ON TRENT STATION, WINTON SQUARE
  STOKE ON TRENT, STOKE ON TRENT, STAFFORDSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Brian Peach LRPS
Date Photographed: 14 January 2001
Date listed: 19 April 1972
Date of last amendment: 15 March 1993
Grade II*

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STOKE ON TRENT SJ8645 WINTON SQUARE 613-1/9/152 (South West side) 19/04/72 Stoke-on-Trent Station (Formerly Listed as: Stoke-on-Trent Main Station. The North Stafford Hotel. Nos 1-6 (cons)) GV II* Station. 1847. By HA Hunt. Brick with plain and patterned tiled roofs. Elizabethan/Jacobean style. 2-storeyed. Long facade includes offices etc. as well as main entrance, which forms the central section. Outer sections of 3 bays, then a recessed block of 3 bays, flanking the central section of 5 bays slightly advanced. Outer ranges have mullioned windows with round-arched lights and flat hoodmoulds over. Doorways in centre of inner range have round arched traceried fanlights set beneath flat hood moulds. Plinth, parapet eaves and moulded string courses throughout. Axial stacks. Central range of 3 ornate Dutch gables with advanced colonnade of Doric columns with pronounced entasis to ground floor entrances with frieze and fretwork parapet over. At first floor, mullioned windows of 4 and 2 lights each side of oriel window, with 3 tiers of lights. Strapwork frieze and fretted parapet with coat of arms above this central window. The train shed is spanned by a series of transverse ridges, glazed and with wrought-iron trusses, carried on a brick screen wall to the rear. (The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Staffordshire: 1974-: P.262).

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