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Fish St. Nos. 3 & 5

 This pair of houses (Grade II listed) were built in the late 17th or early 18th centuries. They form a cottage terrace of timber frame with a painted brick façade.  There are two red brick ridge chimney stacks. On the ground floor are late 19th century sash windows, two in each cottage. Within the eaves are dormers with 19th century style casements. The east end of No.3 has been rebuilt as the adjoining cottage was demolished, probably at the time the corner police station was also removed in order to widen Fish Street.

The top phot shows No.5 around 1950.

The bottom photo shows the row of cottages in 1960 showing No.1 at the end that was demolished to widen Fish Street

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