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The Red Cow, Corn Exchange Street c.1960

1 Corn Exchange Street, The Red Cow

History of 1 Corn Exchange Street

Listed Building

1898 by Richard Reynolds Rowe. Red brick and timber frame and plaster gable and turret. Plain tile roof with gabled ends, hipped corner, bands of shaped tiles and crested ridge-tiles. Brick gable end and axial stacks with corbelled brick caps and shafts. Plan: L-shaped plan on corner site. Old English-Jacobethan style.



W & T Avery, weighing machines

The Red Cow, Harry Swan


The Red Cow, Percy Leary


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