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1945/6 photo by H. Felton: numbers 209 - 210

3 storey brick built property on a corner, with a 3 storey, 3 faced bay to the left of a central archway and a 2 storey 2 faced bay to the right

In 1940 no. 209/10 was 'Woodbridge & Sons, solicitors & commissioners for oaths'. The Woodbridge business was based here by 1891.

Prior to 1891 the property was used by surgeons and the 1881 census no. 209/10 was referred to as 'Sparshall House'.

Reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR

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Published November 2007