PREMISES OF BISHOPSTON ENGINEERING

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1116363

Date first listed: 08-Oct-1992

Statutory Address: PREMISES OF BISHOPSTON ENGINEERING, LOWER STATION ROAD

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: PREMISES OF BISHOPSTON ENGINEERING, LOWER STATION ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: South Gloucestershire (Unitary Authority)

National Grid Reference: ST 64377 75803

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History

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Details

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ST 67 NW KINGSWOOD LOWER STATION ROAD 1/10002 Premises of Bishopston Engineering II Engineering works, former pin factory of T Rawbone & Co. Late C18 (pre-1802). Pennant rubble with brick dressings to openings and double Roman tiles to 2-storey factory range, lower range abuts to south and former boiler house wing abuts to east. Main range of six 30-pane iron windows with brick segmental arches and cills to each side with pivot ventilators to centre, those to ground floor east side replaced and those to ground floor west side interrupted by C20 double doors. Rendered lower range has central loading door and C20 windows. Left (north) gable end has metal stair to first-floor door and a similar iron window. Interior noted as having 3 floor beams and 4-bay roof with purlins tusk-tenoned to collared principals. A rare example of a small-scale late 18th century factory building. Pin making was an important local industry; all the pin-making machines from this factory are in Bristol Industrial Museum.

Listing NGR: ST6437775803

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 350668

Legacy System: LBS

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