Skip to main content

Tower and Adjoining Gable

  •   Waterside Railway Terminus, Bond’s Hill, Londonderry

Much altered former railway terminus in Ordovician granite with a later Dungiven Sandstone clock tower. Terminal building ground floor has large rounded arches at South end and segmental arch windows nearer clock tower. Rounded arch windows on first floor, occasional carvings. Clock tower is 4-5 storeys high with a hipped slate roof, clock in each face with carved spandrels. Below clock; paired shouldered vents, 2 narrow windows and a rounded arch window, Ground floor has a rounded arch pedestrian gateway

Stone Information

  • Stone Type Category :
  • Other Stone Type:
  • Stonework Construction:
    Un-coursed rubble
  • Condition Assessment (QUB):
    Stage 1 – A façade in this condition will only require localised remedial treatment concentrating on individual blocks. Stage 1 classification may also indicate that no intervention is needed with only periodic re-assessment of the façade is recommended.
  • OS Irish Grid (Easting):
  • OS Irish Grid (Northing):

Architect Information

  • Building Type:
  • Date of construction:
  • Architect:
    John Lanyon
  • Listing:
  • HB/SMR Ref:
  • 2nd survey by EHS: