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23 & 25 Madras Road

23 Madras Road

History of 23 Madras Road

Nos 23 & 25: in April 1901 an application to the Borough to build two houses was submitted by R. Bausor, architect of 46 Mawson Road, acting for George Willis of 198 Mill Road. According to Spalding’s street directories, both No. 23 and 25 were rented out by around 1902/03.

23 & 25 Madras Road, building plans


1935:

Frederick Holmes, retired constable


1951:

Papworth Jr


1962:

W K Hall

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