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© Mr David Linton

IoE Number: 47778
Photographer: Mr David Linton
Date Photographed: 28 April 2001
Date listed: 10 May 1962
Date of last amendment: 10 May 1962
Grade II

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STATION ROAD942The RailwayStationTL 45 NE 2l/222A10.5.62.

STATION ROAD 1. 942 The Railway Station TL 45 NE 2l/222A 10.5.62. II 2. 1845. Architect Sancton Wood. White gault brick. Stone bracket cornice. 15 tall round-headed arches, originally all open but of which only the 5 northernmost ones now are. The centre 6 arches have been completely enclosed with semi-circular fanlights in the heads, and the 4 southernmost arches partly enclosed with open heads. Stone roundels in the spandrels of the arches with coats of arms of the colleges, the City and various City officials of the timer The original design of the station was materially altered in 1863. (Real 85).

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