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IoE Number: 387457
Location: STEPNEY STATION HOUSE, 183 BEVERLEY ROAD (west side)
  KINGSTON UPON HULL, KINGSTON UPON HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr John Turner
Date Photographed: 18 May 2001
Date listed: 16 May 1989
Date of last amendment: 16 May 1989
Grade II

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KINGSTON UPON HULLTA0830BEVERLEY ROAD680-1/14/52(West side)

KINGSTON UPON HULL TA0830 BEVERLEY ROAD 680-1/14/52 (West side) 16/05/89 No.183 Stepney Station House II Former railway station, now house. c1853, with late C20 alterations. By William Botterill. For the York & North Midland Railway. Red and yellow brick with painted ashlar dressings and hipped and gabled slate roofs. 2 side wall and central ridge stacks, all with a central round-arched opening, and 2 smaller gable stacks. Windows are mainly plain sashes with moulded round-arched ashlar surrounds and keystones. Those on the platform side have bracketed sills. Central block with single-storey wings. Central block has plinth, corner pilasters and bracketed eaves. 2 storeys; 3-window range. Recessed central bay on platform side has a pair of small round-headed windows and each flanking gable has a single larger window. Below, central pilastered surround with entablature, containing a window, and on either side, similar windows. Flanking wings have brick angle pilasters and wooden modillion eaves. Each has a projecting central gable, that to right with a mounded round-arched doorway with beaded 6-panel door with overlight and sidelights. That to left has a pair of small round-arched windows and above, a roundel. Left return has a moulded round-arched doorcase with keystone and C20 door with overlight. Main block rear elevation is similar to the platform front, with a pair of small blank windows above, and below, a central C20 door with overlight. The station was built on the Victoria Dock line of the York & North Midland Railway. (Hull City Archives: Signed drawings).

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