Nos 3 and 7 plus No 1 Quay Walls and railings. Grade II


Houses. 1869. Gothic Revival style. Ashlar with ashlar dressings and Cumberland slate roof with crow

stepped gables. A single ridge and 2 gable stacks. Contrasting sand stone cill and impost bands, plus

chamfered plinths. 2 storey plus basement. Bridge End front 3 bays with to the right a moulded and pointed

arch doorway with moulded hood, door and overlight with small oculus. To the left 2 shouldered arched

plain sashes with small oculi, within chamfered pointed arches. Above 3 segment headed plain sashes

topped on crow stepped gables. Single bay chamfered corner front topped with crow stepped gable, with a

plain sash with oculus above within a chamfered, pointed arch. Above a projecting balcony with strapwork

balustrade and a shouldered arched plain sash with a strapwork pediment inscribed 1869. The Quay Walls

front, 3 bay with central projecting, gabled porch with moulded and pointed arched doorway, with door

overlight and oculus within. Either side are single shouldered arch plain sashes with oculi, within chamfered

painted arches above 3 central lancets with single plain sashes, flanked by single segment headed plain

sashes with crow stepped gables. spear head railings to Bridge End front.


Early photograph showing the site before the present buildings were constructed