Charles Doig, 1894. Group of distillery buildings, all harl
pointed rubble with tooled ashlar dressings; decorative
cast-iron finials; slate roofs.
Yeast store (former malt-barn), kiln, workshops, offices.
N facing irregular U-plan range surrounding open court.
3-storey, 14-bay yeast store with long elevations E and W.
Regular fenestration with multi-pane glazing and some
shuttered lower lights.
3-storey square traditional kiln at SE angle with 3-bay
elevations; slated ogee roof terminating with louvred pagoda
2-storey, 6-bay range extends from W elevation of kiln
closing S side of court.
Irregular 2-storey office block forms W arm of court; some
1st floor windows break eaves under gablets; some enlarged
fenestration in W elevation. Single storey 3-bay fire-station
and garage block projects from N gable.
DUTY FREE WAREHOUSES, NOS 1 AND 2. 4 parallel 2-storey
ranges with 3-bay gabled elevations N and S forming
DUTY FREE WAREHOUSES, NOS 6 AND 8. As above with gabled
elevations E and W.
DUTY FREE WAREHOUSES, NO 4. 2 parallel ranges as above with
gabled frontages E and W.