Hertford Police Station – Queens Road



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Nation   England

County   Hertfordshire

Location   1 Queens Road,  Hertford

Map location   exact or closely approximate

Year opened   c.1880

Building Type   Police Station

Remarks   Grade II listed


'Former police station, now offices. c1880, with C20 alterations. Yellow stock brick laid to Flemish bond, with orange brick dressings, and terracotta door hood. Welsh slated roof with lead roll hips, and yellow brick chimneys with red bands and oversailing courses.... INTERIOR: not inspected. HISTORICAL NOTE: built as the Hertford Police Station, this building reflects the Queen Anne revival style, particularly in the treatment of the central doorway. It also appears to have been intended to complement the early C18 facade of Bailey Hall (qv) on the adjoining site to the east. '

Historic England, National Heritage List for England, '1 Queens Road, Hertford', LEN1268781

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    Historic England, National Heritage List for England, '1 Queens Road, Hertford', LEN1268781

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