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Ladybank Station,carriage Shed and Workshops

A Category B Listed Building in Collessie, Fife

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Coordinates

Latitude: 56.2781 / 56°16'41"N

Longitude: -3.1225 / 3°7'20"W

OS Eastings: 330594

OS Northings: 710081

OS Grid: NO305100

Mapcode National: GBR 2C.8DFD

Mapcode Global: WH6R3.0GDH

Entry Name: Ladybank Station,carriage Shed and Workshops

Listing Date: 29 June 1978

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 333405

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB2478

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Collessie

County: Fife

Electoral Ward: Howe of Fife and Tay Coast

Traditional County: Fife

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Description

Circa 1848 for Edinburgh and Northern Railway, architect
David Bell(?). Double gabled one-storey block at north end
of sidings; workshop range attached at south east. Engine
shed: skew gables, slate roofs, coursed rubble, freestone
dressings, clock and oculus in south gables; 4 stilted round
arched engine openings, plain boarded doors; flank elevation
with 8 diamond glazed windows, raised margins. Workshop:
hipped slate roof with stone chimneys rebuilt in brick,
raised louvre in centre of roof; large segmental arched
entrance flanked by double diamond-paned windows, raised
margins, single sash to right end; circular clock in gable
end.

Statement of Interest

On eastside of railway (to north of station) and outside old

burgh boundary of Ladybank.

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