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Cook and Bros at the corner of Eden Street and Prospect Row, 1975 (MoC128/75)

74 Eden Street

History of 74 Eden Street

The building was a chapel for the Seventh Day Adventists. The baptism pit is under the floor in the workshop covered up with glass. (CWN 19.2.1981)


W H Constable, glass merchants


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