1905. Single storey, L-plan with additions, former tram depot, with small single-storey block at E.
Brick with some harling and dry dash, ashlar dressings, slate roof.
Segmental-arched windows, with brick voussoirs, stone keystones and cills, set in large recessed brick panels, timber multi-paned top- hopper frames, mostly ridged glass.
S RANGE, S ELEVATION: car shed parallel to main railway line at S; 20 bays, 19 with windows, 1 blank at right; skew gables with skewputts; corrugated additions E and W.
S RANGE, E AND W GABLES: coped gable stacks; harled brick corbel and panelled decoration at E; additional stack at W.
INTERIOR: roof with open steel trusses and timber sarking.
W RANGE, W GABLES: power station (large bay) at left; early lean-to addition on gable and large loading aperture with doors high up at right breaking through brick corbelling; bricked-up oculus in gablehead, apex gable shouldered to coped stack. Smaller bay at right adjoining S range almost wholly masked by modern addition.
W RANGE, N ELEVATION: 4-bay, (additions at right); 3 windows at each level 1 blocked 2nd bay from left ground floor; long window with door at ground floor 4th bay from left. Wallhead corbelled to ashlar coping, skew gables, large formerly louvred full-length ventilation ridge at roof apex.
W RANGE, E GABLES: mostly masked by modern brick additions but ?1905? visible in white bricks.
INTERIOR: altered, floor inserted.
DETACHED OFFICE BLOCK AT E: dry-dashed, with similarly detailed brick panels, single storey, L-plan (addition at re-entrant angle), chamfered corner at NE, piended roof. 5 windows at S elevation, 2 windows and door at N; coped ridge stack at E, wallhead stack at W.