Cemetery, Kingston and Hastings Mausoleum is a grade two (II) listed building in Trowbridge General Cemetery, Wiltshire, BA14. It was first listed in 1976.
About Cemetery, Kingston and Hastings Mausoleum
THE DOWN 1. 5411 (East Side) Cemetery, Kingston and Hastings Mausoleum ST 8658 10/214 II
Circa 1870s. Designed and built by William Smith, the local architect (ML). Romanesque style. Stone vault formerly with segmental, or possibly triangular, dogtooth and roll-moulded caps. Central entrance of 2 orders with pink granite nook shafts, wide palmette caps and imposts, chevron lintel with moulded spaces and small arcade to outer order, also a chevron band between orders. 2 blind flanking arches with single nook shafts having similar decoration on smaller scale. Bronze plates to the Rev. Thomas Kingston (d. 1867) with shield above and to Rev. J. D. Hastings Trowbridge, d. 1869, also with shield above. Particularly remarkable ironwork (by Lucas): central door with decorative hinge and handle fretwork of wrought iron and horrid spike array in tympanum.
Where is Cemetery, Kingston and Hastings Mausoleum?
Cemetery, Kingston and Hastings Mausoleum is located on The Down, in Trowbridge General Cemetery, Wiltshire, BA14.
|Grid Reference||ST 86122 58984|
|Easting, Northing||386122, 158984.36084|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.329784, -2.200574|
|Grade listing||II (two)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1021562|