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© Mr Jack Farley FRPS

IoE Number: 472173
Location: INNER GATE ADJOINING NUMBER 15 COLLEGE GREEN, COLLEGE GREEN (north side)
  GLOUCESTER, GLOUCESTER, GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Jack Farley FRPS
Date Photographed: 09 February 2001
Date listed: 23 January 1952
Date of last amendment: 15 December 1998
Grade I

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GLOUCESTER SO8318NW COLLEGE GREEN 844-1/8/82 (North side) 23/01/52 Inner Gate adjoining No.15 College Green (Formerly Listed as: COLLEGE GREEN Inner Gate (between No.15 College Green and No.7 Millars Green)) GV I Gatehouse. C14, with C16 and C18 alterations. Rubble, ashlar and dressed stone details. stuccoed upper storey, cross-gabled tiled roof. A square block with carriage passage through lower storey linking College Green and Miller's Green; access to the upper storey from No.15 College Green (qv) adjoining on west side. EXTERIOR: two storeys; south and north fronts similar each with a wide C14 archway with plain stone jambs and moulded, pointed arches with hoodmoulds with weathered finials at the crowns; on the south side of the first floor, a central C18 sash with glazing bars (3x4 panes), plain barge boards to the gables. INTERIOR: within the passage a C14 lierne vault with central boss and in the west wall a blocked doorway; on the first floor a room lined with late C16 square framed panelling capped by frieze of moulded panels; C18 chimney-piece with bolection moulding, the window has C18 panelled jambs. (Welander D: The History, Art and Architecture of Gloucester Cathedral: Stroud, Gloucestershire: 1991-: 305).

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