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Bandstand, Roker Park

"The bandstand is one of the park's most popular features. Its characteristic shape was influenced by Chinese style garden buildings, popular in Europe in the mid 18th century. The present structure replaced the original uncovered stand in 1904." (Roker Park Conservation Character Apraisal, 2007)
Roker Park Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sunderland Grade II Listed Bandstands
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Bandstand, Roker Park

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Roker Park

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Bandstand North End of Roker Park - List Entry
- "Bandstand. c1880. Cast-iron structure and railings with wood base and metal-covered roof with iron finial. Octagonal. Corniced base has panelled patterns on sides. Slender columns with tall bases and crocket …

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List number: 1207119
Tyne & Wear HER: 1759
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4052559164
Borough: Sunderland


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