© Mr John Turner
PICKERING RAILWAY STATION, MAIN BUILDING (INCLUDING STATION HOUSE AND RETAINING WALLS), PARK STREET (west side)
PICKERING, RYEDALE, NORTH YORKSHIRE
Mr John Turner
03 March 2001
27 November 1975
Date of last amendment:
27 November 1975
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1. PARK STREET
Pickering Railway Station,
(Including Station House
and retaining walls)
SE 7984 16/51 14.12.71.
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.