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101 High Street, Melbourn

101 High Street, Melbourn

History of 101 High Street

Listed building:

Row of cottages C18 or C19, with mid-late C20 restoration and enlargement at rear to No. 101. Timber framed, rendered with long straw thatch roof and shared stack of two linked shafts diagonally set.

Dr. D. Mills: Quality of Life in Melbourn Cambs. in the period 1800-50 (International Review of Social History Vol. XXII, 1978 part 3).


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