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126a, 126b, 126c, Catharine Street

History of 126abc Catharine Street



Edward Edwards, whitesmith and hot water fitter

The three houses here were the only ones in the street with front gardens. They stand on the site of the slaughterhouse which had belonged to Mr Swan.


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