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Shop and Warehouse at Corner of Fish Dock Road, Hutton Road and Cross Street

A Grade II Listed Building in East Marsh, North East Lincolnshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.5794 / 53°34'45"N

Longitude: -0.0696 / 0°4'10"W

OS Eastings: 527900

OS Northings: 410929

OS Grid: TA279109

Mapcode National: GBR WWY1.QM

Mapcode Global: WHHHS.X90B

Plus Code: 9C5XHWHJ+P4

Entry Name: Shop and Warehouse at Corner of Fish Dock Road, Hutton Road and Cross Street

Listing Date: 30 June 1999

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1379835

English Heritage Legacy ID: 479269

Location: North East Lincolnshire, DN31

County: North East Lincolnshire

Electoral Ward/Division: East Marsh

Built-Up Area: Grimsby

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Great Grimsby St Andrew with St Luke and All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Description


GRIMSBY

TA2710NE FISH DOCK ROAD, The Docks
699-1/7/119 (East side)
Shop and warehouse at corner of Fish
Dock Road, Hutton Road and Cross
Street

GV II

Former butcher's shop and warehouses. 2 builds: 1890 range at
corner of Fish Dock Road and Hutton Road, and earlier C19
adjoining range at corner of Hutton Road and Cross Street,
with C20 alterations. 1890 range incorporating butcher's shop
for Cosalt Ltd (the Grimsby Coal, Salt and Tanning Company),
probably designed by HC Scaping of Grimsby. Red brick with
ashlar dressings. Welsh slate roof. Low Countries Baroque
style. Occupies corner site, with canted angle.
EXTERIOR: 3 storeys; one bay to Hutton Road, 2 unequal bays to
Fish Dock Street. Chamfered plinth. Pilaster strips flanking
the main bay to each front. Good corner shopfront to Hutton
Road and part of Fish Dock Road. Entrance at corner has ashlar
front with moulded round-arched opening containing 2-fold
panelled door beneath chamfered lintel and painted relief in
the tympanum with a shield in scrolled foliage and strapwork
surround.
To left (Hutton Road): three 4-pane shop windows with rounded
tops, wood mullions and glazing bars, and small-paned frieze
above with glazing bars. Brick apron with central ashlar panel
with chamfered segmental-arched glazed panel.
Section to right (Fish Dock Road) has two 2-light mullioned
windows each with 2 panes and similar small-paned frieze,
brick and ashlar apron with a blind segmental-arched panel.
Wood shop front surround with fluted pilasters with small
medallions to the moulded capitals, continuous pulvinated
frieze and dosserets with C17-style relief decoration of
jewelled cartouches and strapwork, moulded cornice and
scrolled pediment above corner entrance with relief in
tympanum of Grimsby coat of arms in scrolled foliage. Flagpole
above. Upper floors have flush ashlar bands at window sill and
impost level. The corner bay has a plate-glass first-floor
sash beneath a segmental brick arch, and a stone panel on the
second floor inscribed "AD/1890". The 2 main bays to each side
are flanked by pilaster strips rising to shaped gables. That
to left has a pair of first-floor plate-glass sashes and a
pair of 8/8 second-floor sashes beneath segmental arches;
coped convex-shaped gable with flush bands, angle pilasters
with ball finials, and a central corbelled ashlar pilaster

strip rising to a panelled pier with strapwork supports and
ball finial.
Fish Dock Road front to right has similar pilastered bay to
left with a single first-floor sash beneath a double timber
lintel, a single second-floor glazing bar window beneath a
timber lintel with, above, a blind round arch with 3 raised
keystones, the central one carrying a pulvinated dosseret and
pilaster strip rising to a shaped gable with similar details
to Hutton Road front. To right, ground-floor waggon entrance
with part-glazed double doors incorporating glazing bar
lights, beneath timber lintel; small segmental-arched windows
with sills to each side. First floor: part-glazed double door
beneath lintel, single plate-glass sash to left. Second floor
has 2/2 sash beneath a narrow coped shaped gable with central
slit-light and ball finial. Moulded brick eaves cornice. Roof
hipped to corner.
Range adjoining to left has main front to Hutton Road with 6
windows, secondary front to Cross Street with 4 first-floor
openings, and canted angle to street corner. Brown brick with
red brick dressings and stuccoed ground floor to Hutton Road;
slate roof.
Hutton Road front. Ground floor has early C20 channelled
rustication, sill band, dentilled cornice; 2 groups of four
1/1 sashes to right in architraves, entrance to left with
recessed panelled door and overlight in surround with fluted
pilasters and dosserets and moulded segmental pediment. To
left of this a single-pane window in pilastered wooden
surround. Rusticated section continues around the canted
corner bay, with a window in a pilastered and pedimented
surround similar to Hutton Road entrance. First floor windows
with glazing bars and stone sills beneath cambered brick
arches. Second floor has four 6/6 horizontal sliding sashes
with similar sills and arches, and a wide loading door to the
right with double doors beneath a segmental brick arch and
timber hoist-beam at eaves level. Stepped brick eaves. Roof
hipped to left. Canted angle to corner has stuccoed first
floor and single 6/6 sliding sash to second-floor.
Cross Street front: rendered ground floor with C20 casements;
first floor with loading door to left beneath segmental arch,
3 glazing-bar windows; second floor with loading door to left
beneath lintel with steel hoist arm above, 2 glazing-bar
windows. Openings with brick arches and stone sills.
INTERIOR: not inspected.
Like the nearby Tom Taylor's in Fish Dock Road (qv), these
ranges are a good example of the combined shops and warehouses
that characterize Grimsby Docks, dating from the period when
Grimsby was the world's foremost fishing port.
Cosalt was one of the largest fishing industry companies, with

branches worldwide. Other former Cosalt buildings include the
Waterproof Clothing Factory in Robinson Street East (qv), the
Net Workshop attached to the Fisher Lads Home, Victor Street
(qv) and the Grimsby Cordage Works, Convamore Road (qv).


Listing NGR: TA2790010929

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