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Latitude: 53.4558 / 53°27'20"N
Longitude: -1.347 / 1°20'49"W
OS Eastings: 443458
OS Northings: 395649
OS Grid: SK434956
Mapcode National: GBR MX1G.5X
Mapcode Global: WHDDC.8DTK
Entry Name: Pumping House at Ncb Mines Drainage Unit
Listing Date: 21 August 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1132777
English Heritage Legacy ID: 335531
Location: Rotherham, S62
Electoral Ward/Division: Rawmarsh
Built-Up Area: Rawmarsh
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Rawmarsh with Parkgate
Church of England Diocese: Sheffield
SK49NW RAWMARSH WESTFIELD ROAD
5/22 Pumping house at
Pumping house now housing electrical apparatus. Dated 1823 although
tower may be earlier, later additions. Coursed, dressed sandstone,
Welsh slate roof. Rectangular tower with lean-to and workshop buildings
to right return. Roadside elevation: 2-storey tower and lean-to,
single-storey workshop buildings. Extra storey to rear with fall of
land. Tower: gabled entrance front has renewed glazed door in round-
arched opening with date boldly inscribed, off-centre, on voussoirs.
Continuous impost band. To 1st floor: iron casement with glazing bars
within round-arched opening now partly obscured by brick and concrete
gantry attached to front of building. Lean-to set back to right has
a casement with glazing bars to each floor. Low workshop buildings
to right preserve remains of 2 infilled round archways, the right arch
truncated to right by a short gabled projection of later construction,
2-window section to far right also of later build. Rear: similar round-
arched openings to tower, sills altered.
Interior: original pumping machinery removed. C20 workshop buildings
attached to rear right not of special interest. Formed part of the
Fitzwilliam mining enterprises in the area.
Listing NGR: SK4345895649
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