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36 Newnham Road

History of 36 Newnham Road

Listed building:

Early Cl9. Buff brick. 2 storeys and attic, modern shopfronts below, 6 windows to range above; sashes, some with glazing bars. 6 attic dormers. Tiled mansard roof, brick stacks.


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