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Green Dragon

Date of photo: 2011

Copyright Richard Croft and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

The Green Dragon was situated on Waterside North. It was demolished in 1956 with the next door building taking on the Green Dragon name and licence. This grade-II listed pub, in turn, closed in 2016.
Listed building details:
Public house. C16, restored and with additions, 1959. Timber box framing with large arch braces and plastered nogging, brick, and C20 rockfaced stone underbuild. Plain tile roofs. Single external stone side wall stack, C20, and single valley stack. 3 storeys, 4 bays. South front has 2 jettied floors, topped with 4 gables. Central 2-leaf door flanked by 2 leaded casements with wooden mullions, all C20. Above, 4 renewed square wooden oriel windows with 3-light casements. Above again, four 2-light leaded casements. West front, to Thorngate, 3 bays, has 3 leaded casements on each floor. East side, to Broadgate, all C20, has a sham timber framed bay to right. Interior has jowled posts with struts, stud partition walls, and arch braced crown post roofs with collars and spine beams. Much of the timber structure has been renewed.

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