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End Cottage

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An end-of-terrace, stone-built cottage, this house seems to have its origins as an extension of "The Lamb Inn" (see the entry for Lamb Inn for more details). The photograph above reveals a vertical mortar joint to the right of the entrance door and the position of the chimney above strongly suggests that the portion of building to the left of the mortar joint is an addition to that on the right. Further evidence of this change is found in an earlier photograph. . . . .

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. . . . . here we can see the lean-to garage construction which preceded the building of the full extension in the 1950's. Similarly, a vertical mortar joint further to the right in the modern photo suggests that the pre-1950 cottage had itself been joined to Lamb Cottage. Indeed, this part of the structure was at one time called 'Number 2, Lamb Cottages'. See the entry for Lamb Inn for further comment.

At the rear of The End Cottage and forming its northern flank is a long single-storey edifice which is understood to have once been a line of outside "privies" (and later, coal stores) serving the cottage and its neighbouring properties in the terrace.

End Cottage

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