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ORIENTAL BUILDINGS

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The Orient Building was built in the early 20th century and was sub-divided into three buildings; the Custom House occupied the corner of Lofthouse Way and Station Road, the central part of the building was once a school of navigationand the eastern part of the building on the corner of Station Road and Siding Road was used as an employment exchange. The buildings has also been used as a fish curing works and a magistrates court. The building is of two storeys and is built of brick with sandstone dressings beneath a flat roof.

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