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Statutory Address:

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

City of Wolverhampton (Metropolitan Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
SO 91722 98647



SO9198NE QUEEN STREET 895-1/12/296 (South side) 16/07/49 No.46 (Formerly Listed as: QUEEN STREET (South side) No.46 Falcon Chambers)


Formerly known as: Nos.46 AND 46A Falcon Chambers QUEEN STREET. Dispensary, post office from c1849, now restaurant and office. 1826, by Hollins of Birmingham; alterations by E.Banks, c1849. Stucco with parapeted roof. Greek Revival style. 2 storeys; 7 bays, 3-bay centre breaks forward. Channelled rustication to ground floor of centre, band over ground floor, 1st floor has fielded-panelled pilasters and entablature with parapet, but centre has applied tetrastyle Doric colonnade with baseless fluted columns and parapet. Ground floor has segmental-headed windows, those to ends with architraves and fixed glazing with 6-pane upper lights; 1st floor has windows with 12-pane sashes, the central window with incised pilaster strips, consoled entablature and balustraded apron. Inserted entrance in 2nd bay; central segmental-headed entrance has fluted pilasters, paterae to frieze and fanlight with leaded glazing. INTERIOR partially inspected; staircase has boarded balustrade; 1st floor may retain features of interest. A purpose-built dispensary, the first in Wolverhampton, which was superseded by the Royal Hospital, Cleveland Road, in 1849. (Mason F: The Book of Wolverhampton: Wolverhampton: 1980-: P.90).

Listing NGR: SO9172298647


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Mason, F, The Book of Wolverhampton, (1980), 90


This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 29 Jul 2001
Reference: IOE01/03639/30
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr D.R. Smith. Source Historic England Archive
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