32-56 High Street Eccleshall

56 High St Eccleshall

56 and 54 High St Eccleshall

Here’s another section along the north side of Eccleshall High Street. I’ve added the descriptions for each of the many listed buildings along this part of the street and added the link to the relevant page of British Listed Buildings online.

It would be interesting to learn a little more about who lived in these buildings, what they did and the changes of use that have happend over the years. I would love to hear from you if you can add a bit more life to this archive!

To see the drawing in full, please visit my website Drawing the Street, or if you live near Eccleshall, why not call in to Gallery at 12 on the High Street where there are some framed limited edition prints on display and available to order.

So to go into each of the buildings in turn on this drawing:

British Listed Buildings: “Nos 54 and 56: Early C19. Red brick; 3 storeys; 4 sash windows with flat brick arches; elliptical arch with stone key-block to carriage entrance. No 56 has moulded wood pilaster doorcase with slight cornice and doorway to No 54, which is on west side within yard, is a simple wood doorcase with 6-panelled door. C19 shop-front. Moulded wood eaves; tiles.”

Eccleshall High St

‘The Old Post Office’ 50 High St, Eccleshall, featuring local resident Dave Hall and his son.

 

Eccleshall 48 High St by Ronnie Cruwys

 48 High St, Eccleshall featuring Angela Smith, (left) one of the founder members of Staffordshire Artists Cooperative, @pearlysmith

British Listed Buildings:   “No’s 46 and 48 High St., Listed grade 2. Late C18. Red brick with stone plinth; 3 storeys; a large range in 3 bays with passageway in centre; 8 sash windows (single glazing bars and a C19 canted bay window on left-hand side tiered over 2 storeys. Right-hand section has moulded stone or stucco cornice and C19 hooded doorcase with hood supported on slender shafts. Left-hand bay has moulded wood pilaster doorcase with modillioned hood, rectangular fanlight, and modern door; moulded stone eaves with central moulded stone pediment with blocked circular light; tiles.”

Eccleshall High St

Eccleshall High St with local resident Caroline Burley taking photos of the people featured on this drawing.

Eccleshall 46 High St

46 High St, Eccleshall

Earth Selection and the Curious Wren 42 High St Eccleshall

Earth Selection and the Curious Wren, 42 High St, Eccleshall

British Listed Buildings: “No 42 High Street, listed grade 2, Early C19. Roughcast with stuccoed plinth; 2 storeys; one sash window and a canted bay window tiered over 2 storeys; moulded wood pilaster doorcase with ornamental fanlight, cornice hood and 6-panelled door; slates.”

High St Eccleshall Ronnie Cruwys

40 High St Eccleshall

British Listed Buildings:  “No 40 High Street “Listed Grade 2 Early C19. Red brick; 3 storeys; 2 sash windows with cambered heads; doorway with plain stuccoed cornice hood porch and part-glazed divided door; moulded wood eaves; tiles.”

Sean Hirst Flowers, 38 High Street

Sean Hirst going into his flower shop, 38 High Street

British Listed Buildings:  “Listed grade 2, 38 High St: “Late C18. Red brick; 3 storeys; 4 sash windows with cambered heads. Covered passageway on left-hand side and late C19 shop-front on right; moulded brick eaves; brick coped gables; tiles.”

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Coverred passageway with date plaque of 1741

Eccleshall 36 High St '&Buttons'

Eccleshall 36 High St ‘&Buttons’

Listed Grade 2 British Listed Buildings: “36 High Street “Early C19. Yellow brick; 2 storeys; 3 sash windows with plain lintels; late C19 double shop-front (modern glazing) with a segmental-headed covered way at either side; plain eaves; tiles. Included for group value”.

Samuel Yates, 32 High St, Eccleshall

Samuel Yates, 32 High St, Eccleshall

I’m working on the next stage of this street at the moment, getting ready for an exhibition in both Eccleshall library and Gallery at 12 this November 2017.

Thanks for reading.

Ronnie

About ronniecruwys

Worked as a conservation architect in Staffordshire for many years, I'm now living and working in the Clyde Valley, South Lanarkshire. Drawing, sketching and exploring my new Scottish life and surroundings. Graduate of Aidan Hart's Icon Diploma course, run by the Prince's School of Traditional Arts. Please visit my other blogs https://www.icondiplomastudent.com and https://drawingthestreet.com and main website https://www.drawingthestreet.co.uk
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