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© Mr Charles Cordy-Simpson

IoE Number: 40464
Photographer: Mr Charles Cordy-Simpson
Date Photographed: 06 May 2004
Date listed: 02 October 1975
Date of last amendment: 02 October 1975
Grade II

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1.HIGH STREET5130(West Side)Windsor and Eton

1. HIGH STREET 5130 (West Side) Windsor and Eton Central Station SU 9676 NE 3/162 II 2. Circa 1890-97. Large terminus station set back behind road line. Pedimented Dutch gable over concourse entrance which has broad segmental glazed girder roof. The main station block is to the right of 2 and 3 storeys deep red brick set on obtuse angle with steep French hipped roof over slightly projecting western end bays The glazed roof dies into lst floor. Pedimented 1st floor windows. Arcaded ground floor windows. 3 long platforms with single storey range of refreshment rooms etc to north. South-west of south west platform is a large segmental glazed girder shed on case iron columns, covering broad drive. Giving onto it and to platform is a former Royal Waiting Room: single storey ashlar with canted ends articulated by pilasters, cornice and parapet. Single and tripartite windows with curved voided corners. Segmental pedimented plaques with Royal Crowns flank entrance. Interior has suite of 2 rooms, top lit one with dome; elaborate fire-place surrounds and overmantels, rich carved mouldings; now used as store.

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