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Grade II Listed Terrace Railings

This three-storey property was situated in the middle of a group of ten Grade II listed terraces in a conservation area. Built in 1824, all are in private hands and none retain their original railings.

We were commissioned to re-instate the boundary railings to the original 1824 design. An original rail head was supplied and using photographs from the library archive we were able to calculate the correct height for the railings.

Backstays behind posts.
Urns above posts.
Hand-forged flattened arrowheads as original. Extended vertical sections to be core drilled into stone 300mm.
Hot rolled steel section (no die extrusion or hollow extruded section which means that all sections are irregular).
Traditional hinges and latch.

Customer Testimonial

"A big thank you for the work you have done to bring back the railings to our property. It looks fantastic. Thank you for sticking with it through the rain.

"We are very happy that you have loaded up pictures and details about our installation on to your website – despite the building site (our garden) behind them.

"We are so delighted with the railings – passers-by are constantly commenting positively about them. The fact that the garden is now sorted out really emphasises the railings.

"Once again, many thanks for a great job."

Richard and Alison
December 2010

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