Gare de Senlis, French Heritage monument to Senlis
Inaugurated in 1922, the station was rebuilt on the site of the former by architects Urbain Cassan and Gustave Umbdenstock. They are inspired by architecture Renaissance, breaking with the usual plan stations of the Northern railway company. The whole is surmounted by a Bell Tower without a steeple, with clock (ordered through the home truth) and arrow. On the front stand the arms of the city with croix de guerre and currency. The construction is mixed stone and brick masonry. The floor is made of reinforced concrete cellar. Inside, the floors are wooden. Main entries are porcelain stoneware, the Comblanchien plaque. Wrought iron lanterns and chandelier are due to the ironworker Lerolle. On the main facade, several openings are organized around the central door. A large triangular pediment occupies the central part of the facade, confined by two skylights, imitating the Flemish style. Inside, carpentry, tile mosaic decoration, beads...
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
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Gare de Senlis, Inaugurated in 1922, the station was rebuilt on the site of the former by architects Urbain Cassan and Gustave Umbdenstock. They are inspired by architecture (...) Gare de Senlis, French Heritage monument to Senlis senlis, oise
Men involved in this construction
- Cassan urbain (in French) architecte
- Umbdenstock gustave (in French) architecte
- Lerolle (in French) ferronnier
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