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The Dolphin

Picture source: Russell Judge


 
The Dolphin was situated on Fishwharf. This grade-II listed pub closed in 2008.
 
Listed building details:
Formerly known as: Fish Wharf Refreshment Rooms. Public house. 1900 and 1904. By JW Cockrill. Red brick over concrete and decorative tiles in a method patented by Cockrill in 1893. Interlocking roof tiles. 2 storeys; 9-window range in 9 bays. 7th bay (from left) brought forward under a gablet with rusticated tile decoration. Arched and rusticated door to ground floor. Alternate bays to left with arched and rusticated segmental doorways. Windows boarded over at time of Review, under brick and tile rusticated segmental arches. Decorative panels above with faience tiles representing
dolphins and other marine subjects. 9 first-floor windows under stilted tiled arches. Hipped roof with 2 stacks. Single-storey wing returns to east, also with alternating segmental doorways and windows, similarly rusticated. Parapet.
 

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