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© Mr John Turner

IoE Number: 440548
Location: PICKERING RAILWAY STATION, MAIN BUILDING (INCLUDING STATION HOUSE AND RETAINING WALLS), PARK STREET (west side)
  PICKERING, RYEDALE, NORTH YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr John Turner
Date Photographed: 03 March 2001
Date listed: 27 November 1975
Date of last amendment: 27 November 1975
Grade II

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1.PARK STREET5340(West Side)Pickering Railway Station,Main Building

1. PARK STREET 5340 (West Side) Pickering Railway Station, Main Building (Including Station House and retaining walls) SE 7984 16/51 14.12.71. II GV 2. Mid 1830's, probably by G T Andrews. The platforms are backed by high ashlar walls with copings, stone buttress piers and outer faces. Originally, perhaps, a timber roof over the line. That backing West platform has 9 large, symmetrically-spaced camber arched windows, and door, flush stone voussoirs. Close-set glazing bars. The East platform wall has segmental-arched throughway leading to road. A similar window to West platform wall and 2 sash windows and 2 doors into the Station House. This is a single-storey ashlar building set against end platform wall with a long frontage to the road. Plain plinth. Low pitch hipped slate roof with deep overhanging eaves, 2 corniced. chimney stacks. 7 windows, recessed sashes, glazing bars. The throughway from platform has a large segmental-arched entrance on the left of this front, a flight of steps inside up to platform level with double panelled doors across. Office door in centre of front set back up steps with 2 x 3 pane fanlight. Ashlar screen walls extend each side of front. See also railway buildings in Train Lane. Pickering Railway Station, main building, forms a group with Buildings to west and east of former Goods Yard, Train Lane.

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