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Left Bank, Hereford

Building: 290

Faced with Jurassic ooilitic limestone, Bath Stone with a footing of fine grey limestone. Roofed in copper.
The building's architects say "The site for this development is as sensitive as could be...

W.H. Smith, Hereford

Building: 311

Timber-framed building with Baroque frontage in stone.
C17 Timber framing and simple first floor plaster ceiling visible in interior of shop (no.26). Refronted with its present frontage in 1860 fo...

War Memorial, Hereford

Building: 314

War memorial c.1922, restored 1988, modelled on an Eleanor Cross. Octagonal memorial in form of Eleanor Cross, with Perpendicular style lantern and finials. Military insignia; civic arms; figures r...

Nelson Monument, Hereford

Building: 315

Obelisk in pre-Grecian style erected 1806-9 in finely jointed curved ashlar blocks of Bath Stone. Stone was delivered up the Wye by barge. Architect survey in 2000 recorded
the tall column was ma...

Former Magistrates Court, Bromyard

Building: 479

Stone with brick patterns and different stone dressings Construction ORS mudstone, probably St. Maughans; dressings oolitic Jurassic "Bath" limestone
First stones laid on Thursday August 25th 1959 ...

Lloyds Bank

Building: 727

Italianate building of circa 1840, possibly including remains of the Crown Hotel, with some work of 1930. Ashlar of Cotswold stone to front, brick to side; moulded cornice and blocking course, dent...

63-65 Church Street

Building: 747

1891, rock-faced Cradley stone, ashlar detailing to front, cement rendering to side, late C20 glazed shop-front.

Malvern College, Chapel

Building: 751

Chapel, 1897-99 by Sir Arthur Blomfield. Gothic style. Malvern stone. Perpendicular windows, pinnacles, flying buttresses across low south aisle, widened 1908. Milton-under-Wychwood stone used acco...

Malvern College, Main Building

Building: 755

1863/65, Decorated to Early Tudor-style, central gatehouse, gabled wings, projecting to east to form open courtyard, Cradley stone, banded slated roofs Cradley stone. Flagstone corridors. A letter ...

St Mary,

Building: 874

1854/55, Geometrical Decorated-style, local stone rubble, ashlar dressings, tiled roof with horizontal banding, decorative ridge tiles, now redundant. Converted to housing circa 2014.