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Crewkerne Railway Station

A Grade II Listed Building in Misterton, Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8737 / 50°52'25"N

Longitude: -2.7784 / 2°46'42"W

OS Eastings: 345326

OS Northings: 108528

OS Grid: ST453085

Mapcode National: GBR MG.TCWV

Mapcode Global: FRA 562S.MD8

Plus Code: 9C2VV6FC+FJ

Entry Name: Crewkerne Railway Station

Listing Date: 1 March 1973

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1345931

English Heritage Legacy ID: 262425

Location: Misterton, South Somerset, Somerset, TA18

County: Somerset

Civil Parish: Misterton

Built-Up Area: Crewkerne

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

Church of England Parish: Misterton

Church of England Diocese: Bath and Wells

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This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 19/11/2019

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MISTERTON CP
STATION ROAD (east side)
Crewkerne Railway Station

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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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