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Wealdstone Police Station

A Grade II Listed Building in Harrow, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5954 / 51°35'43"N

Longitude: -0.3349 / 0°20'5"W

OS Eastings: 515433

OS Northings: 189816

OS Grid: TQ154898

Mapcode National: GBR 62.48H

Mapcode Global: VHGQH.45TB

Entry Name: Wealdstone Police Station

Listing Date: 20 November 1998

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1245418

English Heritage Legacy ID: 471707

Location: Harrow, London, HA3

County: London

District: Harrow

Electoral Ward/Division: Marlborough

Built-Up Area: Harrow

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: Holy Trinity, Wealdstone

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text

TQ 18 NE
1157/4/10026

Wealdstone
HIGH STREET
Wealdstone Police Station

II
Police station with magistrates court, later part library but then entirely police station. 1908-9 by J Dixon Butler in Free Tudor style. Built of red brick with stone dressings and mansard Westmoreland slate roof with end and central brick and stone capped chimneystacks.

Two storeys; seven windows, retaining leaded lights. Projecting central bay has curved stone gable with tall window of nine mullions and transomes. Stone moulded architrave to flat-arched archway with elaborate keystone. On either side are two recessed bays with stone balustrading and modillion eaves cornice, double mullioned and transomed casements to first floor, single mullioned and transomed casements to ground floor and central stone doorcases with curved pediments with elongated console brackets. The right hand entrance was the Police Station, the left hand entrance the Magistrates Court. End bays have two storey five-light bays. Cell block accommodation comprises one detention room and one cell.


Listing NGR: TQ1543389816

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Description

TQ 18 NE
1157/4/10026

Wealdstone
HIGH STREET
Wealdstone Police Station

II
Police station with magistrates court, later part library but then entirely police station. 1908-9 by J Dixon Butler in Free Tudor style. Built of red brick with stone dressings and mansard Westmoreland slate roof with end and central brick and stone capped chimneystacks.

Two storeys; seven windows, retaining leaded lights. Projecting central bay has curved stone gable with tall window of nine mullions and transomes. Stone moulded architrave to flat-arched archway with elaborate keystone. On either side are two recessed bays with stone balustrading and modillion eaves cornice, double mullioned and transomed casements to first floor, single mullioned and transomed casements to ground floor and central stone doorcases with curved pediments with elongated console brackets. The right hand entrance was the Police Station, the left hand entrance the Magistrates Court. End bays have two storey five-light bays. Cell block accommodation comprises one detention room and one cell.


Listing NGR: TQ1543389816

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