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©  Micaela Basford

IoE Number: 442110
Location: GRAND PUMP ROOM, STALL STREET (east side)
Photographer: Micaela Basford
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 12 June 1950
Date of last amendment: 12 June 1950
Grade I

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1.823Grand Pump RoomST 7564 NW 19/28112.6.50.

1. 823 Grand Pump Room ST 7564 NW 19/281 12.6.50. I GV 2. Main block begun in 1789. Thomas Baldwin architect. He resigned in 1791 and Palmer continued scheme 1793. Finished 1799. Elevation on to Abbey Church Yard has centre piece of 4 engaged Corinthian columns with entabla- tures and pediment. Windows in 2 storeys, upper being oval and set in rectangular panels similar to Banqueting Room at Guildhall. End bays break forward slightly, that on West receives end of previously built colonnade, and that at East end contains principal entrance with coupled Ionic pilasters and pediment. Windows over in arched recesses, semi-circular fanlights over. Entablature and parapet with blind balusters in panels over windows. Street elevation (West end) has 8 3/4 attached Corinthian columns grouped in pairs, Between these are 3 semi-circular arched niches over each of which are pediments on consoles. Bases of columns on broad panelled band course, crowning vermiculated rusticated ground floor on which are planted 4 circular plaques immediately below the coupled columns. The whole surmounted by parapet with blind balusters, Interior. Hall with Corinthian order fluted columns. Deep cove separates entablature and flat ceiling. (The Victorian extension is not included in the listing). Nos 6 to 14 (consec) Abbey Church Yard, Nos 13 & 14 Cheap Street, No 3 Stall Street, the Grand Pump Room & Abbey Church form a group.

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