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Trafford Mausoleum, St Mary's Churchyard

A Grade II Listed Building in Wroxham, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.7069 / 52°42'24"N

Longitude: 1.3978 / 1°23'52"E

OS Eastings: 629637

OS Northings: 317557

OS Grid: TG296175

Mapcode National: GBR WGY.672

Mapcode Global: WHMT9.F7V4

Entry Name: Trafford Mausoleum, St Mary's Churchyard

Listing Date: 16 May 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1050869

English Heritage Legacy ID: 228218

Location: Wroxham, Broadland, Norfolk, NR12

County: Norfolk

District: Broadland

Civil Parish: Wroxham

Built-Up Area: Hoveton

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Wroxham St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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Listing Text

(west side)

4/85 Trafford Mausoleum, St.
Mary's Churchyard.


Mausoleum. Built c,1830 to a design by Anthony Salvin in Early English style.
Design exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1830. Limestone with steeply pitched
lead roof. Three bays of blank arcading on each side; staged angle buttresses
with gabled heads surmounted by corner pinnacles. Eaves and gable parapets
with roll-moulded copings. Cross-finials on each gable apex. Entrance door
in west gable under arch of two orders and hood mould with stops. East gable
has blank arcade of four lancets under a large circular sexfoiled window.
Iron perimeter railings and gates.

Listing NGR: TG2963717557

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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