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© Mr Luke Barber

IoE Number: 428671
Photographer: Mr Luke Barber
Date Photographed: 15 August 2004
Date listed: 23 October 1989
Date of last amendment: 23 October 1989
Grade II

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The following building shall be added5379IPSWICHCLIFF QUAYTM 14 SE 12/506

The following building shall be added 1. 5379 IPSWICH CLIFF QUAY TM 14 SE 12/506 Tolly Cobbold Brewery II GV Tower brewery. 1896, by William Bradford. English bond red brick; hipped slate roofs with crested ridge tiles and moulded brick eaves brackets. L-plan. All elevations have segmental arches over cast-iron windows with middle-hung case- ments. 5-storey and attic block to north-east, of 2 (east) by 6 bay north elevations with 3 semicircular arched fourth-floor windows, gabled dormers and hipped-roofed lantern to viewing platform to rear; linked by 2-storey, 2-window range, surmounted by panelled cast-iron water tank and with reset early C17 studded door set in Tudor-arched architrave with overlights flanked by fluted pilasters to primitive caryatids supporting dentilled flat hood, to 4-storey and attic block to north-west, of 2 (north) by 3-bay (west) elevations, and 5-bay block to south-west articulated by raised pilasters and surmounted by louvred lantern to north-west and glazed lantern to south west. Interior: Fermentation tanks and tuns mostly replaced in C20; wrought-iron roof trusses to fermentation rooms, one of which (to south west) has reset copper brewing vessel of 1746; post and pad roof to granary; small steam engine by ER and F Turner.

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