Building record M3065 - FISKERTON WHARF


MALT HOUSE (Georgian to Late 20th Century); WAREHOUSE (Georgian to Late 20th Century); WHARF (Georgian to Late 20th Century)


Grid reference Centred SK 73660 51054 (29m by 41m)
Map sheet SK75SW
District Newark
Civil Parish Fiskerton cum Morton, Newark


Type and Period (3)

Full Description

Warehouse on bank of Trent at Fiskerton Wharf. A single storey brick building, well kept and used as a boat hire depot. (1) (2)
The warehouse is a red brick building with a hipped pantile roof. The western section now appears to be used as offices and has the name of the wharf painted on it. At the eastern end of this section is a crane opposite door into the building, up to which a slipway runs. The eastern section of the building has 2 slate "chimneys" and a modern opening and slipway to the wharf. The back of the building is being modernised but a number of bricked up windows / doors can be seen. There is a second crane at the eastern end of the wharf. (3)

Data Held (Document). SNT2647.

(1), Ind Arch File

Data Held: Ground Photograph (Ground photograph). SNT2646.

6 BW print, E19A, E20A, G2-5, SMR

<1> Reedman K, 1977, Pers Comm (Personal comment). SNT1180.

<2> Pevsner N, 1979, The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire 2nd ed., p 127 (Monograph). SNT4.

<3> Patrick A , undated, Pers Comm (Personal comment). SNT1129.

<4> Patrick A, 1977, Maltings in Nottinghamshire (Published document). SNT1130.

Sources/Archives (6)

  • --- Ground photograph: Data Held: Ground Photograph.
  • --- Document: Data Held.
  • <1> Personal comment: Reedman K. 1977. Pers Comm.
  • <2> Monograph: Pevsner N. 1979. The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire 2nd ed.. Penguin. p 127.
  • <3> Personal comment: Patrick A . undated. Pers Comm.
  • <4> Published document: Patrick A. 1977. Maltings in Nottinghamshire.

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Record last edited

Jan 19 2023 7:34PM

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