MEM15294 - Stables, Comberow Railway Station (Building)

Summary

The former railway stables are now in use as a car port.

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Type and Period (1)

Protected Status

Full Description

Redundant stables now in use as private car port. Single-storey structure open on two sides (timber posts) with two slate stone enclosing walls beneath a welsh slate covered pitched roof. This structure pre-dates the WSMR. [1] The stables would have housed horses used for shunting rolling stock. [2]

Sources/Archives (3)

  • <1> Report: The Hartley Conservation Partnership + David Sekers Consulting Partnership. 2004. West Somerset Mineral Railway Conservation Plan. P.46.
  • <2> Monograph: Sellick, R.. 1970. The West Somerset Mineral Railway and the Story of the Brendon Hills Iron Mines. David and Charles Limited. Second. P.97-98.
  • <3> Report: Jones, M.H.. 1995. Report on Proposed Low-Key Visitor Access to Industrial Sites on the Brendon Hills. P.8.

Map

Location

Grid reference Centred ST 0290 3525 (9m by 11m) (Estimated from sources)
Map sheet ST03NW
Civil Parish OLD CLEEVE, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET

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Other Statuses/References

  • National Park: Exmoor National Park

Record last edited

Mar 20 2014 3:25PM

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