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Twenty Row"

Twenty Row, Burntwood, Buckley


from "An Industrial and Pottery Walk round Buckley", which is in the library.




Situated between Bank Lane and the old Grandstand public house (now The Burntwood) was a compact row of 19 houses. Even so, the name "Twenty Row" was the local identity. Here dwelt a close, compact community, noted for its individuality. A future member of parliament was brought up in this gregarious commune.




Author: Bentley, James


Year = 1955

Building = Domestic

Landscape = Urban

Transport = RecreationAnimal

Extra = Architecture

Extra = 1950s

Extra = Visual Arts

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