Crewkerne Railway Station


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Crewkerne Railway Station, Station Road


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Statutory Address:
Crewkerne Railway Station, Station Road

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South Somerset (District Authority)
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ST40NE 6/175

MISTERTON CP STATION ROAD (east side) Crewkerne Railway Station


II Railway station.1859, for opening of the London and South-Western Railway in 1860. Probably designed by Sir William Tite. Ham stone ashlar; steeply-pitched Welsh slate roofs with ornamental clay tile ridges between very high coped gables; stone chimney stacks. Mostly single storey, but the station-masters house three storeys with attic, north roadside elevation seven bays, of which bay two is the house, with lean-to to east; bays three, four and five the ticket office and entrance throughway; bay six is an office crosswing and bay seven double-roof plan offices.

High Victorian gothic style. Plinth; chamfered mullioned windows with plain sashes, the lean-to has a two-light above and two single-lights below. House has four-centre arched doorway to left, with incised spandrils under label with deep drop, three-light window to right; above a single-and a three-light to first floor, three-light to second in pointed segmental-arched opening, with slim gable vent to attic: bays three, four and seven have two-light windows and bay six a three-light, with shield plaque in gable over; moulded segmental arched doorway to bay five. The south platform side to match, with the date 1859 in the crosswing gable: simple platform canopy on cast iron columns, the west end bay rebuilt.

Listing NGR: ST4532608528


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Books and journals
Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of Somerset, (1978), 62


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: 01 Jun 2003
Reference: IOE01/09771/28
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Phil Emond. Source Historic England Archive
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