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Railway Hotel

A Grade II Listed Building in Romanby, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.3337 / 54°20'1"N

Longitude: -1.4403 / 1°26'25"W

OS Eastings: 436493

OS Northings: 493270

OS Grid: SE364932

Mapcode National: GBR LLCB.Z8

Mapcode Global: WHD81.VBBK

Entry Name: Railway Hotel

Listing Date: 5 February 1999

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1244728

English Heritage Legacy ID: 472922

Location: Romanby, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, DL7

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Romanby

Built-Up Area: Northallerton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Northallerton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

NORTHALLERTON
SE 3693
BOROUGHBRIDGE ROAD
(Northwest side)
1679/7/10001
Railway Hotel

II

Marked on the OS map as Station Hotel. Hotel. c1810, rebuilt 1902. For Plews & Son (Brewers). Red brick and decorative tile hanging and terracotta dressings with plain tile roofs and tall brick stacks. Moulded plinth. 2 storey plus attics. Street front has 5 window front with tall coach house to right. Off-centre doorway has large 6-panel door in elaborately moulded terracotta surround with dumpy fluted pilasters supporting an open semi-circular pediment. Above an ornate iron bracket supporting a painted hanging sign. To right a canted 2 storey terracotta bay window with 2-1ight cross casements. Beyond a large, segmental carriage arch with moulded and rusticated voussoirs and keystone, and a pair of Art Nouveau style iron gates. At the right a coach house with doors and timber-framed gable. To left 3 single 2-1ight windows in plain terracotta surrounds and etched glass. Upper floor has tile-hanging with 2-1ight cross casements either side of the canted bay which is topped with a jettied timber-framed gable. T o left a 3-1ight casement and beyond an oriel window with S-1ight cross casements, topped with another timber-framed gable. Both these gables have small 3-1ight casements and between a 3-1ight dormer window with a pediment. Left return has blocked off-centre doorway with ornate terracotta surround the same as that to the front with an ornate iron bracket with lamp. To right a single light window in plain terracotta surround, to left a semi-circular bow window with ornate terracotta surround and S-light cross casement windows, beyond another door with an altered gabled wooden porch. Above 4 single light windows and a 2-light cross casement to left topped with a timber-framed gable to right and another 3-light dormer window with pediment to left. To rear a plain earlier wing, rendered, and with glazing bar sash windows. INTERIOR: Main entrance has glazed inner screen with double doors containing very fine etched glass, reception hall has original doors and staircase. Bars have been largely refitted in late C20.

Listing NGR: SE3715892418

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

Description

NORTHALLERTON
SE 3693
BOROUGHBRIDGE ROAD
(Northwest side)
1679/7/10001
Railway Hotel

II

Marked on the OS map as Station Hotel. Hotel. c1810, rebuilt 1902. For Plews & Son (Brewers). Red brick and decorative tile hanging and terracotta dressings with plain tile roofs and tall brick stacks. Moulded plinth. 2 storey plus attics. Street front has 5 window front with tall coach house to right. Off-centre doorway has large 6-panel door in elaborately moulded terracotta surround with dumpy fluted pilasters supporting an open semi-circular pediment. Above an ornate iron bracket supporting a painted hanging sign. To right a canted 2 storey terracotta bay window with 2-1ight cross casements. Beyond a large, segmental carriage arch with moulded and rusticated voussoirs and keystone, and a pair of Art Nouveau style iron gates. At the right a coach house with doors and timber-framed gable. To left 3 single 2-1ight windows in plain terracotta surrounds and etched glass. Upper floor has tile-hanging with 2-1ight cross casements either side of the canted bay which is topped with a jettied timber-framed gable. T o left a 3-1ight casement and beyond an oriel window with S-1ight cross casements, topped with another timber-framed gable. Both these gables have small 3-1ight casements and between a 3-1ight dormer window with a pediment. Left return has blocked off-centre doorway with ornate terracotta surround the same as that to the front with an ornate iron bracket with lamp. To right a single light window in plain terracotta surround, to left a semi-circular bow window with ornate terracotta surround and S-light cross casement windows, beyond another door with an altered gabled wooden porch. Above 4 single light windows and a 2-light cross casement to left topped with a timber-framed gable to right and another 3-light dormer window with pediment to left. To rear a plain earlier wing, rendered, and with glazing bar sash windows. INTERIOR: Main entrance has glazed inner screen with double doors containing very fine etched glass, reception hall has original doors and staircase. Bars have been largely refitted in late C20.

Listing NGR: SE3715892418

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