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Lebanon, Ross on Wye

Building: 209

Victorian gothic detached house. Slate roof, steep dormers, polygonal corner turrets with grotesques and crocketed spirelets, all with iron cresting. Full height gabled porch with foliated pink mar...

The Old Post Office, Hereford

Building: 294

Fine gabled Jacobean style with round-arched entrance and small angle turret. Built of fine grey ashlar blocks with granite steps. Steps of Cornish "Giant Granite" with large phenocrysts of feldspar

Boots Hereford High Street

Building: 322

Shop premises made up of two buildings .Number 13, the larger premises was built for Marks and Spencer and pillars at either end of the front elevation are faced with coarse grained igneous rock ...

Colwall Clock Tower

Building: 625

Tall clock tower, 10m high, built by Tom Pedlingham in memory of his wife, Alice. Foundation stone laid by Emmie Orgee

All Saints Church of England School

Building: 723

Built 1877 by Hadden Bros. as a school chapel. Walling of Malvern Stone.

Baptist Church, Abbey Road

Building: 731

1893/94, Decorated-style, brick, clad with rock-faced stone, apsed east end , pseudo-transepts, south west tower with recessed spire Sandstone

Abbey Hotel

Building: 739

1848-9. Occupies the site of the Prior's House and is a replica of a C17 predecessor. Generally Jacobean in style. Three storeys in random local stone with ashlar dressings and heavy creeper cover....

35 Victoria Park Road Malvern Link

Building: 855

C19. Detached, 2 storey, three-gabled house of Malvern Stone rubble, yellow brick quoins and windows.
Comments: This shows a typical use of Malvern Stone in the Malvern Link Conservation Area, her...

240 Worcester Road Malvern Link

Building: 856

C19. Semi-detached, 2 storey building of Malvern Stone rubble. Cross gabled roof. Sandstone quoins, doors & window surrounds.
Comments: This shows a typical use of building stones in the Malvern ...