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Quorn Halls, Houses and Streets

 Going, going, gone! - Leicester Road cottages  Going, going, gone! - Leicester Road cottages
These cottages, shops and houses were on Leicester Road where The Mills flats are now. ...... cont.
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 Leicester Road, Wakerley Court and The Mills area - then and now  Leicester Road, Wakerley Court and The Mills area - then and now
The older photograph was taken in the 1970s when the shops and cottages on Leicester Road ...... cont.
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 Leicester Road, Wakerley Court and The Mills area - then and now  Leicester Road, Wakerley Court and The Mills area - then and now
This part of Quorn has changed out of all recognition since the 1960s. The older ...... cont.
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 Leicester Road, looking down towards the School Lane, 1970s  Leicester Road, looking down towards the School Lane, 1970s
This photograph was taken in the 1970s, looking down Leicester Road from the Cross ...... cont.
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 Dower House Gardens, off Station Road - then and now  Dower House Gardens, off Station Road - then and now
Dower House Gardens as we know it today, was built in the 1970s. The original ‘Dower ...... cont.
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 The Dower House, Station Road - then and now  The Dower House, Station Road - then and now
The Dower House, off Station Road was once the Dower House for the Farnham family. ...... cont.
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 Leicester Road floods in 1932  Leicester Road floods in 1932
Marius Wright (1914 to 1980) was driving his Morgan through floods on Leicester Road in ...... cont.
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 The Dining Room at Quorn House - 1956  The Dining Room at Quorn House - 1956
A room crowded with historical interest. Round the one half of the heavily carved ...... cont.
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 The Library at Quorn House - 1956  The Library at Quorn House - 1956
At this time Quorn House was owned by Mr George Farnham and his wife, Barbara. The ...... cont.
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 Number 85 Meeting Street – Fanny Clarke’s Shop  Number 85 Meeting Street – Fanny Clarke’s Shop
As you walk down Meeting Street, you pass an unassuming house, one of a small terrace, ...... cont.
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Total: 311 artefacts returned over 32 pages


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