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Old Kent Cottage, Frogholt, Kent

RIBA49977
NOTES: Located in the hamlet of Frogholt, this is thought to be the oldest cottage in Kent.

Bishop Bonner's Cottage, Dereham, Norfolk: detail of the pargeting

RIBA49983
NOTES: This building, comprising three separate dwellings, was converted into a museum in 1963. It is the oldest surviving domestic building in Dereham.

Honey Street Wharf on the Kennet and Avon Canal

RIBA50765
NOTES: The Kennet and Avon Canal was completed in 1810. This wharf was built the following year by the saw and planning-mill company of Robbins, Lane and Pinniger and was one of the few privately owned on the canal.

Honey Street Wharf on the Kennet and Avon Canal: shed detail

RIBA50766
NOTES: The Kennet and Avon Canal was completed in 1810. This wharf was built the following year by the saw and planning-mill company of Robbins, Lane and Pinniger and was one of the few privately owned on the canal.
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