This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST4410 NORTH STREET 876-1/5/177 (West side) Walls, gates and railings to front of Ashlands Church of England School
Walls, gates and railings. 1896. Rubblestone with Ham Hill stone plinth capping and piers, wrought and cast-iron railings. Square piers with incised trefoils to the chamfered tops, flank and articulate a low wall which steps downhill to the right; this supports two horizontal, thick, square, twisted railings threaded through 2 cast-iron verticals to each section; these supports have square blocks at the joints and elaborate domed tops. 3 wrought-iron gates, single to the sides, double to right-of-centre have spiked tops and bands pierced with pointed quatrefoils to the base. Included for group value as part of a visually impressive design.
Listing NGR: ST4409910088
© Mrs Judie Burman. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Burman, Judie
Rights Holder: Burman, Judie
Cast Iron, Ham Hill Stone, Rubble, Stone, Wrought Iron, Victorian Gate, Unassigned, Wall, Monument (By Form), Barrier, Railings, School, Education
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