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Catherine Wheel Yard

Catherine Wheel Yard runs south off the High Street, between numbers 97 and 98, and down to the river Brent. In the mid-19th century it had two wharves, a brewhouse, stables, a workshop, two warehouses, three houses and 44 cottages.

Download notes about properties and people who lived here from 1838 to the early 1900s.

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Several photos of Ena Stone and friend Tommy Spicer near their homes in Catherine Wheel Yard ca 1932, from Lynn Hayter.

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Published April 2020