Burton Upon Trent: County Court

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Located on Station Street is the County Court built in 1862 as an Italianate palazzo. The stone faced three storey building features rusticated pilaster sides and is Grade II listed.

 

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The central entablature is carved with the Royal Arms and the motto of the British Monarchy
‘Dieu et mon Droit’ which is French for’ God and my right.’

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The semi-circular headed windows feature keystones, two of which detail carved figure heads (above). The interior of the building features one single court room.

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