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TP20668 - Anglo Chimney
 
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Condition :
Good Good condition
OSGB36 Station :
ST53/INT8
Current use :
none
Historic use :
T:UK waypoint :
TP20668
County :
Somerset
Nearest town :
SHEPTON MALLET

OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW
Trig NameOriginal NameNew NameEASTINGNORTHINGHEIGHTORDERTYPE OF MARKComputing DateCLASS OF LEVELLINGDate of LevellingLEVELLING DATUMDESTROYED MARK INDICATORCOMMENTS
Anglo ChyST53/INT8ST53I008361576.74143717.700.0003CHIMNEY01/06/195200

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There are 10 photos for this trigpoint (view album).

This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 14289th with 118 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 4.82/10 (from 11 logged visits)
Was First logged: 7th Jan 2009
Was Last logged: 13th Aug 2019

Of the 11 logged visits,
2 recorded a location and of these....

All were within 0m
The average error was 0m
2 were exact

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Selection of photos for this Intersected Station.


By pkbathrooms

By pkbathrooms

By brisboy&wife
Anglo Chimney from Gold Hill
©Starspotter
Anglo Trading Bldg - showing a Chimney that is probably not the Trig
©jonglew

©rhayader_wanderer
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Logged Visits:

Good condition 13th Aug 2019  17:25  by Ant1974

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10


Good condition 6th Apr 2019  15:38  by pkbathrooms

Gridref: ST 61576 43717   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

Lovely building. http://englishbuildings.blogspot.com/2009/08/shepton-mallet-somerset.html This 1880s building, trying to look like a French palace with the addition of an Italianate chimney, began life as the Anglo-Bavarian Brewery, Shepton Mallet. It once had two towers, topped with pavilion roofs, that made it look even more French and palatial, but it’s still one of the most prominent buildings in the town. The enterprise it was built to house was an interesting one. In 1872, what had been the Pale Ale Brewery took on a number of brewers from Bavaria and they began to brew lager – it’s said they were the first in this country to do so. To emphasize the uniqueness of their products, the company changed its name to the Anglo-Bavarian Brewery. It prospered, and exported the beers widely, especially to Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and other outposts of the British empire. The brewery was rebuilt in 1881 in the Second Empire form it takes today, one of the great ornamental breweries of the late-19th century, with the company name emblazoned in the pediment. The architect is not known, but the firm was proud of its building and put the brewery’s image on its bottle labels, as brewers often did in the early-20th century. People liked the beer too, the ‘Celebrated Amber Ale’ as they called it, and it garnered prizes in Europe and Australia. No doubt the Bavarian input helped. But at the time of World War I it didn’t do for a British company to have a German connection, and stockists removed the unpatriotic bottles from their displays. The business declined and although there was an inter-war revival under new owners it was too late. After the World War II the building became the Anglo Trading Estate. And so, for the moment, it remains, although there are plans for redevelopment. It’s listed, though, so will keep its status as a much-loved local landmark.



Not Logged 14th Jun 2016  14:45  by brisboy&wife

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Not Logged  Score: 5/10

Looks like one to be sorted out. But have added photo of existing chimney

Factory


Good condition 29th Apr 2016  13:20  by Starspotter

Gridref: ST 61576 43717   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

Anglo Chimney from Gold Hill ©Starspotter


Good condition 31st Aug 2015  12:20  by CJO

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

business units.

Anglo Chimney


Good condition 11th Jul 2015  07:53  by Trigger

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

TP20668


Destroyed 12th Mar 2015  14:51  by jonglew

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 5/10

Agree with tom's log below. From the GR it seems reasonably certain that the OS sighted to a chimney 60-70m further W than the square chy being shown in several photos here - this ornate square chy is much closer to the A371 than the intersected stn is. The 1930 and 1968 OS 1:2k5 maps show the likely chy, but it's not shown on the 1981 map.

Anglo Trading Bldg - showing a Chimney that is probably not the Trig TP20668©jonglew


Good condition 25th Nov 2014  12:23  by rhayader_wanderer

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

imposing building

©rhayader_wanderer


Good condition 19th Nov 2014  14:20  by Dusty

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Chimney


Good condition 4th Jun 2014  13:20  by bluebeard

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 1/10

this was built as the Anglo Bavarian Brewery but is now a trading estate.


Destroyed 7th Jan 2009  15:14  by tom

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 1/10

The Anglo Trading Estate is situated in the west of Shepton Mallet. The site has a fine looking square brick chimney but I think the trig may have been a more traditional factory chimney I have seen on a copyrighted old photograph. The imposing building is a Grade II* listed former Victorian Brewery, reputedly the home of British lager, which stopped brewing when its Anglo-Bavarian beer fell out of favour between the wars. The Estate was viewed from the adjacent Commercial Road.



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