St. Paul's Junior School, St Paul's Street/Ellgreave street, Middleport

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Date:1832 - 1924 (c.)

Description:This school's plan comprises of three sections: the central, main section of the building has an L-shaped plan, three rooms deep by two rooms wide. This has a small, one storey projection on the east side, two rooms deep by two rooms wide. The third section is a projection at the north west corner. The main building has a parapet at the apex. The school stands on the corner of Ellgreave Street and St. Paul's Street, and was built between 1832 and 1924.

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