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

North Yorkshire
Craven (District Authority)
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SD 98363 51386


This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 22/10/2015

SD 9851 1/163 5336

BROUGHTON STREET (South Side), Skipton Railway Station


Railway station. 1876. Designed by Charles Trubshaw for the Midland Railway. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings and slate hipped roofs. Chamfered plinth and moulded eaves to single storey ranges continued as a band across 2 storey range. North entrance front, largely single storey. Projecting central entrance block has 2, 2 light cross mullion windows in sunk panels, with between a projecting upper stack supported on 3 corbels with a carved relief panel. Either side are single round arches with corbelled eaves and coped parapet, return walls have similar arches. Set back to left a single 3 light cross mullion window, with beyond a slightly set back similar window. Beyond a narrow single bay recess filled by a lower parapeted section with a plain sash. Beyond a projecting canted bay window, with a central 3 light and flanking single light cross mullion windows and a taller hipped roof. Beyond a further set back section. Set back to the right a 4 bay 2 storey block, with an off-centre doorway and blind overlight, with to the left a 3 light and to the right a single light cross mullion window. Beyond a canted 2 storey bay window with a similar 3 light and flanking single light windows. Above to the left a pair of glazing bar sashes in a single through eaves gable, to the right 2 glazing bar sashes and beyond the bay has a single glazing bar sash in through eaves gable with flanking smaller sashes.Beyond a single storey wing, with a 3 light cross casement. South platform front, has 13 bay projecting glazed canopy, supported on 14 cast iron columns with capitols and ornate iron brackets, each bay has a hipped glazed roof with segmental decorated iron trusses and elaborate iron finials. Central flat headed archway flanked by single ashlar segmental arches. To the left a doorway, a 2 light and then a single light window, a doorway, 2 single light windows, a doorway and a further single light window. Projecting wing beyond has a 2 light window, a round arch, a 3 light window and a small doorway. To the right a doorway and 2, 3 light windows, and a round arch, projecting wing beyond has a 3 light window and an entrance beyond. All these windows are ashlar cross mullion casements.

Listing NGR: SD9836351386


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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: 12 Aug 2003
Reference: IOE01/10912/06
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Nigel Wood. Source Historic England Archive
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