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© Mr George Stacey

IoE Number: 265107
Photographer: Mr George Stacey
Date Photographed: 24 July 2002
Date listed: 16 November 1984
Date of last amendment: 16 November 1984
Grade II

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ST13SW CROWCOMBE CP CROWCOMBE HEATHFIELD 12/70 Crowcombe Station - II Railway station. 1862. Squared, coursed red sandstone, chamfered plinth, slate roof, overhanging eaves, wooden soffit boards, brick stacks on ridge and at rear, decorative head to ventilation flue, also at rear. Single storey, facade of door, window, door, window; sash windows with limestone sills resting on shallow console brackets, 6-panel doors with rectangular lights above. Left return door and single light window, sash on right return. Retains original fittings. Railroad Taunton to Matchet opened 1862, closed 1971, re-opened 1977 by the privately run test Somerset Railway Company. Listed primarily for historic interest and as the least altered and best preserved railway station on the line.

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