© Dr John L. Wishlade
PUBLIC CONVENIENCES AND FORMER LODGE AND SHOP, 15 FRODSHAM STREET (west side)
CHESTER, CHESTER, CHESHIRE
Dr John L. Wishlade
01 January 2002
18 August 1992
Date of last amendment:
18 August 1992
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CHESTER CITY (EM)
SJ4066 FRODSHAM STREET
1932-1/6/121 (West side)
Public conveniences and former lodge
Lodge, now part of wine bar, and public conveniences. 1904. By
John Douglas, then senior partner of Douglas and Minshull.
Builder W Browne. For Chester City Council. Sandstone, brick
and timber frame; red-brown clay tile roof.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. The shop to Frodsham Street has replaced
half-glazed double doors at left corner, under timber-framed
tourelle on tall brackets to side of doors; 2-course sandstone
plinth; row of small-framed panels; small-pane shop window.
The first floor has a 2-light leaded casement to each exposed
face of octagonal tourelle, with small-framing below. A
3-light leaded casement under dormer gable to Frodsham Street;
bargeboards with carved arrises; hipped roof with tourelle
roof expressed as spire with lead cross as finial.
The south face with some alterations has shop window next to
entrance, braced oak beam over altered entry to men's
lavatory; stone-dressed doorway to women's lavatory.
Close-studded first floor; 2 windows in altered flat-roofed
INTERIOR has no visible features of special interest.