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Ian Clark Restoration

Queen Victoria Terminus Station, Gosport

Commissioned to undertake full restoration of decorative cast iron screen and ballustrades.

Gosport Railway Station designed by William Tite and opened in 1841 was a terminus for the London and South West Railway (LSWR).  It closed in 1953 to pasenger trains and in 1969 to freight services.  The station which is listed Grade II* played host to many Royal visitors including Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and Louis Phillipe of France.


 Before restoration  
 Contract included extensive replication of new cast iron spindles and back stays molded from the original design.  All castings were traditionally leaded into the new coping stonework.  


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Award winning and accredited conservation

Flexible and uniquely structured combining heritage engineering with industrial and architectural conservation

30 years experience of industrial, maritime and architectural metal conservation

Practical collection care and industrial heritage consultancy


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