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Junction of St Andrews's and Emmanuel Street c.1950s

59 St Andrew’s Street, The Three Archers

History of 59 St Andrew's Street

At this location were formerly two or three small tenements – one of which was long called ‘the Three Archers’. (Outside the Barnwell Gate – 1915)


William Stanley, 43, publican, b Chesterton

Early 20th century: dairy and fruit shop

Circa 1970 this side of the street was developed to create the new Prudential Building

New Prudential Building (MoC128/58)


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