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Latitude: 56.8369 / 56°50'12"N
Longitude: -2.4654 / 2°27'55"W
OS Eastings: 371702
OS Northings: 771812
OS Grid: NO717718
Mapcode National: GBR X6.1017
Mapcode Global: WH8QZ.3F83
Plus Code: 9C8VRGPM+QR
Entry Name: Laurencekirk Railway Station Including Canopy
Listing Date: 8 March 2001
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 394985
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB47653
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Mearns
Traditional County: Kincardineshire
1849. Single storey, 4-bay disused railway station. Predominantly harled. Bull-faced battered red sandstone base course; continuous red sandstone cill course; crowstepped gables.
SE (RAILWAY) ELEVATION: symmetrical; 2 central bays recessed, timber lined walls, pair of architraved bipartite windows to centre, flanked by notice boards; cast-iron canopy oversailing recess and platform, depressed arches supported on cast-iron columns. Gabled bays to outer left and right, 3-light canted windows to each, panelled timber doors with small-pane skylights to inside returns.
NE ELEVATION: not seen 2001
NW ELEVATION: symmetrical; 4-bay; pair of bipartite windows to centre bays, eaves blocking course above. Gabled bays advanced to outer left and right, bipartite window to centre of each.
SW ELEVATION: blank.
Variety of timber windows. Grey slate roofs with tiled ridges; glazed roof to canopy. Coped harled stacks breaking pitch, circular cans.
INTERIOR: comprises 2 rooms divided by a timber screen; boarded and panelled timber lining to walls; many fittings survive including simple fireplace.
Laurencekirk Railway Station was opened on the 1st of November 1849 by the Aberdeen Railway Company. It is one of the few purpose built stations in the area, and, despite its closure on the 4th of September 1967, survives in remarkably good condition. The cast-iron canopy, internal and external detailing are all of note.
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