Category Archives: terraced houses

Station Cottages, Baldwins Gate

It’s easy to miss this row of railway cottages built for staff of the new Whitmore Station by the Grand Junction Railway in the mid 19th century. I did for years until I decided to walk along an unfamiliar path which … Continue reading

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7-17 Stone Road, Eccleshall

A row of two storey red brick terraced cottages lie on the south side of the Stone Road, close to Eccleshall town centre.  7-17 Stone Road were built during the mid 19th century and consist of ten dwellings. They are … Continue reading

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49 Cardinal Cap Alley, 51 and 52 Bankside

  Cardinal Cap Alley and Bankside are tucked between the Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern on London’s South Bank.  I was intrigued to read the plaque on number 49 which looks fairly convincing but it turns out it isn’t … Continue reading

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1-29 York Street, Leek

Leek is a delightful market town, lying at the meeting point of several ancient routes in the middle of the Staffordshire Moorlands. It’s streets are full of history and it can trace its origins back to a Bronze age settlement. … Continue reading

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Fenton: Hitchman Street and Victoria Road

  Hitchman Street is located in Fenton, one of the six towns of Stoke-on-Trent. Hitchman Street Conservation Area consists of thirteen red brick terraced dwellings and a shop which hinges around the corner from Victoria Road. The buildings date from … Continue reading

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