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1 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 2:42pm  
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I don't know whether this has been seen on here but it's magic - It said it was the smallest house in England before demolition Sad
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2 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 2:45pm  
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St. Johns St. Edited by TonyS, 28th Sep 2012 6:52 pm (Image removed from source)
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Dreamtime
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3 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 2:54pm  
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Feature brick must have been popular in those days Foxcote ! Love the old photo's you are showing us. Thumbs up Edited by TonyS, 26th Sep 2012 5:46 pm (Quote not necessary)
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4 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 3:27pm  
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Thanks Dreamtime, I really like those 'crumbling' sort of pics. I don't whether the 'smallest house in England' would be true, there were lots of those tiny dwellings, with a room over the jetty in those days. Wave Edited by TonyS, 26th Sep 2012 5:46 pm (Quote not necessary)
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5 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 5:49pm  
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Whereabouts was St. John's Street?
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Foxcote
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6 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 7:21pm  
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On 26th Sep 2012 5:49pm, TonyS said: Whereabouts was St. John's Street?
It joined Little Park Street to Much Park Street. Location of St. John Street
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dutchman
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7 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 7:29pm  
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On 26th Sep 2012 7:21pm, Foxcote said: It joined Little Park Street to Much Park Street. Location of St. John Street
You need to click on the 1951 Map to see its original location. It is currently submerged under Ringway St John
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Foxcote
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8 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 7:59pm  
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Slideshow of St. Johns Street
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9 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 8:37pm  
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On 26th Sep 2012 7:59pm, Foxcote said: Slideshow of St. Johns Street
This is all I see Foxcote?
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10 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 8:54pm  
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Apologies Dutchman, I seem to have made them too private to share. Plan B... Cottage Inn, St. John St.
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11 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 8:58pm  
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St. John Street from No 21 North side, looking towards Much Park Street.
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12 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 9:00pm  
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Another view of 'smallest house' St. Johns Street.
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13 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 9:03pm  
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Horse and Jockey, corner of Much Park Street, mentioned in Hewitt's Journal 1756, closed 1959
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Foxcote
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14 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 9:07pm  
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Little Park Street, corner of St. Johns Street, later taken down. Grrrrrrrrrr, I shall be dreaming about 'inserting multiple photo's' tonight, I bet the lady in the photo didn't have such problems. Roll eyes
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15 of 20  Wed 26th Sep 2012 9:36pm  
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Oh, the 'smallest house' was referred to as 'Court l6' - I have found it on the census.
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