This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS9747 QUAY STREET 900-1/2/70 (North side) 28/10/76 The Old Ship Aground Public House (Formerly Listed as: QUAY STREET (North side) Pier Hotel including pair of gatepiers to east)
Hotel. c1880s remodelling of earlier structure. Rubblestone with freestone dressings, hipped slate roof with 5 large C20 dormers and 3 brick stacks to the south-west slope, one dormer to the south-east, one dormer and 2 brick stacks to north-west. Rectangular plan. 2 storeys with attic; 11-window range to south-west side; 4-window range to south-east end which faces the harbour, on the first floor 4 full-height French windows with small panes open onto a balcony supported by 2 canted bays, these have 6/6-pane sash windows, that to the left has a door with overlight. The south-west facade has mostly 6/6-pane sash windows, rusticated surrounds with moulded arrisses; a string course above ground-floor windows broken by a tall left-of-centre stair window with a mullion and 2 transoms. To north-west, five 6/6-pane sash windows with brick surrounds to first floor; segmental brick arched double-doored entrance to ground floor with smaller 6/6-pane sash window with brick surround to right and further smaller window also to right. INTERIOR altered to the ground floor. Former gate piers now demolished. Occupies a prominent position next to the quay (qv). Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SS9706347104
This is part of the Series: IOE\Rayner_R.M IOE Records for Rayner, R.M; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England
Copyright IoE Mr R.M Rayner. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Rayner, R.M
Rights Holder: Rayner, R.M
Rubble, Slate, Stone, Victorian Hostel, Commercial, Domestic, Residential Building, Public House, Licensed Premises, Eating And Drinking Establishment, Recreational, Building, Unassigned