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Maldon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TL 85327 07465



TL8507SW STATION ROAD 574-1/7/211 (North East side) 27/08/69 Maldon East Railway Station


Railway station, converted to offices. 1846. For the Eastern Counties Railway Company. Red/brown Flemish bond brickwork with dressings of Gault brickwork, stucco and ashlar. Jacobean style. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and attics and with former station platform canopy to rear. The main block consists of 2 identical pavilions linked by projecting arcade and balcony with low linking wall above. The front elevation of each pavilion is surmounted by a Flemish gable with narrow slit window and corner parapets with cornice on consoles. The centre of 1st floor has a 2-light square-headed casement with transom. The projecting 9-bay arcade has square stuccoed piers with capitals supporting semicircular arches with stucco trim, keystones; single arches complete the return flanks of arcade. Decorative balustrade above with cast-iron finials over each pier. The 3rd arch-bay from each end projects slightly. The ground floor elevation, recessed behind colonnade is all of Gault brick and is further recessed in centre between pavilions. Each pavilion has 2 semicircular-headed windows with radiating glazing bars in head and a single horizontal glazing bar, either side of double entrance doors in the centre. Flanks of central recess have blind recessed semicircular-arched opening, one now an infilled door. The central recessed part has 4 similar arched windows, one now in process of conversion to a door. The north-west and south-east exposed flanks of pavilions were formerly similar and have a central smaller Flemish gable, similar cornice and balustrade and three 2-light casements on 1st floor. The ground floor of north-west pavilion has 3 semicircular-arched windows, recessed within further arched opening. The formerly obscured south-east flank, ground floor, is now of red C20 brick with 3 sash windows. The internal flanks of each pavilion have tall stacks each of 3 diagonal shafts with attached bands. Some original hopper heads survive and shallow-pitched gable roofs, behind parapet are, at time of survey, without cladding. The rear platform has fretted canopy supported on cast-iron columns. INTERIOR: much altered but fine timber roof structures survive.

Listing NGR: TL8532707465


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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: 23 Apr 2003
Reference: IOE01/10536/04
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Reginald Clark. Source Historic England Archive
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