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Weighhouse, 101 Coldham's Lane (MoC419/74)

101 Coldham’s Lane, The Weigh House

History of 101 Coldham's Lane

Weigh House, 101 Coldham’s Lane (MoC322/73)

This was built 1857 for weighing coprolite. The building was extended about 1880 to make a dwelling for Coldham’s Common gatekeeper.

In 1913 the Coldham’s Common gatekeeper, Charles Everitt, lived at no. 16 Coldham’s Lane, possibly the same location.


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