LLANTHONY WAREHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1245607

Date first listed: 14-Dec-1971

Statutory Address: LLANTHONY WAREHOUSE, THE DOCKS

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Location

Statutory Address: LLANTHONY WAREHOUSE, THE DOCKS

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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Gloucester (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: SO 82690 18172

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History

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Details

GLOUCESTER

SO8218SE THE DOCKS 844-1/11/349 Llanthony Warehouse 14/12/71

GV II

Warehouse, now museum. 1873. By Capel N Tripp, architect, of Gloucester, for Wait James and Co., corn merchants. Converted c1987 as the National Waterways Museum for the British Waterways Board. Red brick with stone lintels and sills to the window openings, parallel slate roofs with twin end-gables, timber barge and eaves boards. A large rectangular block comprising two parallel ranges, with west gabled end facing canal at south end of the Dock Main Basin. EXTERIOR: six storeys and lofts; on each side two full-height former loading door openings, between the openings in the centre eight windows, and to each side six windows (6-8-6) to each floor; in each end wall centred under each gable a former loading door opening flanked by two windows on each side and by a single window on each side in the gable; all the former loading door openings infilled with late C20 windows and panels, and all the windows with C20 side-hung sashes; on each side above each of the former loading door openings a restored, timber, gabled cat-head hoist canopy supported on wrought-iron brackets. INTERIOR: not inspected. (Conway-Jones H: Gloucester Docks An Illustrated History: Gloucester: 1984-: 170; Original Drawings in Gloucestershire Records Office: D2460 Drawings 1-E).







Listing NGR: SO8269018172

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 472563

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Conway Jones, H, Gloucester Docks An Illustrated History, (1984), 170

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