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©  Tony Byram LRPS DPAGB

IoE Number: 379877
Location: 35 KING STREET (north side)
  BRISTOL, BRISTOL, BRISTOL
Photographer: Tony Byram LRPS DPAGB
Date Photographed: 03 June 2001
Date listed: 04 March 1977
Date of last amendment: 04 March 1977
Grade II

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BRISTOLST5872NEKING STREET, Centre901-1/16/609(North side)

BRISTOL ST5872NE KING STREET, Centre 901-1/16/609 (North side) 04/03/77 No.35 GV II Warehouse, now offices. c1870. Red brick with limestone dressings, roof not visible. Open plan. Venetian Gothic Revival style. 3 storeys and attic; 5-window range. A symmetrical front has a moulded ashlar plinth, ground-, first- and second-floor windows set in 5 narrow 2-centre arches between brick pilasters with chamfered arrises and crocket capitals, with blocks to moulded, deeply-set lintels, brick relieving arches and thin gabled hoodmoulds; a moulded attic sill band and attic storey with a deep cornice on fluted brackets and an ashlar parapet with square openings. The wider 3-storey central arch has C20 double doors, and first- and second-floor warehouse doors above with chamfered rails and timber panels between. To the left is a 4-panel door with chamfered rails. Outer windows have weathered cills to each floor, first-floor lintels with zigzag moulding, and mullion windows with top-hung casements. Attic has an arcade of 2:2:3:2:2 small semicircular-arched windows, separated by square piers with crocket capitals, and a hoodmoulding with heraldic beast over the capitals. INTERIOR: 3x2 cast-iron columns with flanges to heavy timber cross beams, and a queen-post truss roof. A former cork warehouse, possibly by Henry Masters or WB Gingell, and a distinctive example of its type with strong vertical articulation to the loading bays. (Gomme A, Jenner M and Little B: Bristol, An Architectural History: Bristol: 1979-: 337).

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