Probably James Miller, circa 1900. Long, Arts and Crafts style,
single storey range of 6 irregular bays. Mannered rubble
plinth, harled brick above, platform elevation vertically
boarded with projecting shelter screens and canopy. Asymmetrical entrance front; projecting open gabled porch at S with
battered rubble plinth, timber-framed above with semi-
scrolled double brackets, fronts semi-circular entrance.
Single and 3-light windows, latter break wallhead with
timber-framed gables. Red tiled roof, small gablet ventilator,
battered stacks with wide curved copes.
Short retaining wall with tapering, domed gatepiers links station building to simple ancillary building similarly detailed
at S end of platform.