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pixrobin
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121 of 124  Fri 17th May 2019 10:46pm  
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So, just 5 days after war had been declared.
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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122 of 124  Sat 18th May 2019 7:51am  
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pixrobin. But wasn't the part built in Trinity Street a continuation of the black and white building in Priory Row?
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Helen F
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123 of 124  Sun 19th May 2019 1:56pm  
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The building in Priory Row was the remainder of three old buildings that were demolished, partly to make way for Trinity Street and partly to blend nicely with the old building. There was a complimentary building erected on the corner of Broadgate although it didn't survive the war. The two mock Tudor buildings would have framed Holy Trinity, opened up to make a view by demolishing the top of the Great Butchery.
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Prof
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124 of 124  Sun 9th Feb 2020 4:30pm  
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Cooperline Edited by member, 9th Feb 2020 4:32 pm
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