This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
5111 PECKOVER STREET BD1 (south side) No 46 SE 1633 SE 37/943 8.1.82
Includes Nos 29 and 31 East Parade. Large warehouse with chambers on corner with East Parade. The design is an exception to the predominant Italianate style of the precinct known as "Little Germany", being of Scottish Baronial derivation. Appropriately built (at a cost of 8,500) for a Mr Walter Dunlop and equally not by a Bradford architect but a design of 1870-71 by George Corson of Leeds. Three tall main storeys, attic and basement.
Seven bay sandstone ashlar front, the corner chamfered up to second floor creating effect of overhang. Bold rope moulded stringcourses and weathered sill courses. Deep stepped corbelled eaves. Four stone gabled dormers set in parapet. Steep gable end slate roof, crow stepped gables,grouped shaft external chimney stacks flanking. Projecting centre bay treated as tower with bartizan turrets flanking at attic level, pointed slate roofs. Tall doorway with weathered coping of basement stepped up over as label. Canted oriel bay window above. Otherwise single and paired windows with roll moulded edges to reveals. Gothic cast iron area railings. False stone cannon water spouts to tower. Return to East Parade has flanking crow stepped gables and similar but plainer detailing. Gabled dormers. Long range of ornate glazed attic lights and sky lights to roof down each side, behind Peckover Street front.
Listing NGR: SE1691933133
© Mr J A Lowes. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Lowes, J A
Rights Holder: Lowes, J A
Ashlar, Cast Iron, Sandstone, Slate, Victorian Warehouse, Commercial, Office, Unassigned, Building, Railings, Monument (By Form), Barrier
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