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A local history and genealogy page for the Parish of Wimpole.

The War Memorial, Cambridge Road, Arrington Bridge c1922.
The War Memorial and Cambridge Road, Arrington Bridge c1922.
Wimpole Lodge (Agent's House) is on the right.
[Image kindly donated by Brenda and Michael Skinner (2002)]

The 1881 Census for Wimpole, Cambridgeshire.
Reference: Ref. RG11/1656 (with acknowledgement to the Public Record Office).
Date of Census: 3 April 1881.
There is a national Census every ten years when the year ends in a one. This page details the population of the Parish of Wimpole on the night of 3 April 1881 (the list includes children and visitors from outside the parish in temporary residence within Wimpole on the night of the census).
The population of the Parish of Wimpole on the night of the 1881 Census was: 355.
My thanks and acknowledgements to the 'census team' who provided the documentation and who typed and checked the various page transcripts back in 2002/2003. Particular thanks to Mike Giddings, Susan Giddings, Alexandra Morton and John Parkins for all their help, assistance and encouragement. Any errors are probably mine.
Columns (left to right):
   1. Name.
   2. Relation to Head of Household.
   3. Married, Widow, Widowed or Unmarried (18 years and over).
   4. Age.
   5. Occupation.
   6. Place of Birth.
The cottage numbers shown below were those used in 1881 and do not relate to postal addresses today. I have provided the modern postal address if known.
[Information, notes and comments additional to the 1881 Census are generally shown italicised within square brackets]
I would be pleased to hear from you if you can offer any additional genealogical or family information relevant to this page, especially if you possess old photographs that could be added to this site for those who follow. Please use the site's Contact Page in the first instance.

Census Records (Parish of Wimpole):
Census 1881: New Wimpole Out and About Wimpole Estate [1] New Orwell [2]
Census 1891: Wimpole Estate [1] New Wimpole [1] Out and About [1] New Orwell [2]
Census 1901: New Wimpole [1] Out and About [1] Wimpole Estate [1] New Orwell [2]
[1] These pages will be rebuilt after their transfer to the new website. The full Census listings will remain available for reference during the rebuilding.
[2] Following a parish boundary change in April 1999, much of the area of Orwell on the Cambridge Road, previously known as 'New Orwell', is now part of the Parish of Wimpole.

The 1881 Census continued from Part One

The 1881 Census leaves the village of New Wimpole and here follows the A603 to Arrington Bridge. The A603 was an important Roman Road that ran from Ermine Street (the A1198, previously the Great North Road coaching route from London to York) to the settlement at Durolipons (Cambridge), where it crossed the Roman road known as the Via Devana.

Cambridge Road Farm, off Cambridge Road (Schedule 4) [1]
William HAGGER Head M 75 Farmer 176 Acres
(4 Men and 3 Boys)
Bourn, Cambridgeshire
Ann HAGGER Daughter U 41   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Edward HAGGER Grand-son   17 Horse Keeper
(Ag Lab)
Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Arthur HAGGER Grand-son   12 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Sarah Ann HAGGER Grand-
daughter
  14 Servant (General) Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] The enumerator listed this entry out of order as Schedule 4. I have relocated the listing here reflecting the more appropriate geographical position.

Hoback Farm, off Cambridge Road (Schedule 30)
James WAGSTAFF Head M 29 Horse keeper (Agricultural Labourer) Arrington, Cambridgeshire
Caroline WAGSTAFF Wife M 37 Orwell, Cambridgeshire
Ellen WAGSTAFF Daughter   14   Longstowe, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth WAGSTAFF Daughter   12 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Alberta WAGSTAFF Daughter   8 Scholar Caxton, Cambridgeshire
Emily WAGSTAFF Daughter   4 Scholar Caxton, Cambridgeshire
James WAGSTAFF Son   2 Croydon, Cambridgeshire

River Cam Farm, off Cambridge Road (Schedule 31)
William GENTLE Head M 61 Farmer's Foreman over 350 Acres. Employing 14 Men & Boys, Bailiff Ashwell, Hertfordshire
Mary GENTLE Wife M 50   Arrington, Cambridgeshire
William TAYLOR Nephew M 25 (No Occupation) Watlington, Norfolk
Rachel TAYLOR Nephew's
Wife
M 23   Luton, Bedfordshire
Arthur TAYLOR Nephew   10 Scholar Watlington, Norfolk
James BAKER Lodger W 50 Shepherd Bourn, Cambridgeshire

No 28 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 32) [1][2][3]
James SKINNER Head M 42 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ann SKINNER Wife M 45 Willingham, Cambridgeshire
Charles SKINNER Son U 21 Groom Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
William SKINNER Son   18 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Arthur SKINNER Son   13 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This group of two old cottages set below the level of the modern Cambridge Road, were long known as "Skinner's Hollow". They are believed to be 200-250 years old.
[2] In 1933, this property was described in an auction document as a "'Desirable Plaster and Brick and Tiled Semi-Detached Cottage', with side garden, extending to 32 poles, containing two bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen, outside coal shed and external earth closet. Water is from a well on the other side of the road on land not belonging. Tenant is Mr D Bullen. Annual rent 2 Pounds and 7 Shillings."
[3] The modern postal address is 88 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.

=No 29 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 33) [1][2][4]
David RULE Head M 45 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Jane RULE Wife M 42   Orwell, Cambridgeshire
George RULE [3] Son U 21 Fossil Digger Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ada Jane RULE Daughter   16 General Domestic Servant Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Emily RULE Daughter   10 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth RULE Daughter   9 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Nellie RULE Daughter   4 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This group of two old cottages set below the level of the modern Cambridge Road, were long known as "Skinner's Hollow", then "The Hollow". They are believed to be between 200-250 years old.
[2] In 1933, this property was described in an auction document as a "'Desirable Plaster and Brick and Tiled Semi-Detached Cottage', with side garden, extending to 23 poles, containing two bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen, outside coal shed and external earth closet. Water is from a well on the other side of the road on land not belonging. Tenant is Mr G Bullen. Annual rent 3 Pounds and 7 Shillings."
[3] 'Fossil' as in 'Coprolite'. Coprolite mining first came to the Cambridgeshire region during the 1850s. It was an industry unique to England and consisted of digging up fossilised dinosaur excrement to be used as fertiliser for agricultural purposes.
[4] The modern postal address is =90 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.


=No 29 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 34) [1][2][3]
James RULE Head M 71 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Rebecca RULE Wife M 68   Croydon, Cambridgeshire

[1] This group of two old cottages set below the level of the modern Cambridge Road, were long known as "Skinner's Hollow", then "The Hollow". They are believed to be between 200-250 years old.
[2] In 1933, this property was described in an auction document as a "'Desirable Plaster and Brick and Tiled Semi-Detached Cottage', with side garden, extending to 23 poles, containing two bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen, outside coal shed and external earth closet. Water is from a well on the other side of the road on land not belonging. Tenant is Mr G Bullen. Annual rent 3 Pounds and 7 Shillings."
[3] The modern postal address is =90 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.


No 30 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 35) [1][2]
"The Avenue" or "The View"
William WHETSTONE Head M 74 Bricklayer Clerk Constable Orwell, Cambridgeshire
Mary WHETSTONE Wife M 73   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
William WHETSTONE Son U 48 Bricklayer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
John WHETSTONE [3] Son U 33 Fossil Digger Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Mary Ann WHETSTONE Grand Daughter   11 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This cottage believed to be one of two alongside the South Avenue [the "View"] was located on the north side of Cambridge Road, It was demolished around 1988 to make way for the new section of the A603 leading to the new roundabout. A new bungalow was built in approximately the same spot now on the south side of the new Cambridge Road (on the junction) with the modern postal address of 106 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.
[2] In 1933, the one original property left on this site was described in an auction document as "'A Small but Desirable Detached Bungalow Cottage', erected of brick and plaster with thatched roof and with garden on the opposite side of the road, it extends to about 1r 13p. It contains two bedrooms, kitchen and living room. Water from well. Tenant is Mr A F W Gadsby, producing £3 [rent] per annum."
[3] 'Fossil' as in 'Coprolite'. Coprolite mining first came to the Cambridgeshire region during the 1850s. It was an industry unique to England and consisted of digging up fossilised dinosaur excrement to be used as fertiliser for agricultural purposes.

Here the 1881 Census becomes a little problematical. It appears I have more families than I have cottages. Checking against the 1871, 1891 and 1901 censuses, I think I have a speculative fit. I have a known finish point (Schedule No 47 - the Agent's House below) and a known start point (Schedule 35 - Cottage No 30 above) confirmed alongside the Avenue [the "View"]. There are five old known cottages that exist today on Cambridge Road to play with plus an unidentifiable and unnumbered huddle of buildings on an old map situated next to the Agent's House, all of which is long gone. Please accept that for the moment that the modern addresses offered from this point become a little speculative. I will explain my reasoning as I go along, if only to keep my head clear!

Once I have everything sorted I will remove these notes.

Cottage: 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41
Schedule: 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
1871: Goats
J
Cooper
C
Bullen
D
Reed
J
Goats
T
Darlow W
Rumbold P
Dellar
W
Dellar
J
Long
E
Whitby
W
Bullen
B
1881: Goats
J
Cooper
C
Bullen
D
Reed
J
Goats
T
Rumbold
P
Long
D
Carter
A
Long
E
Whitby
S
Bullen
B
1891: Johnson
M
Cooper
C
Cooper
C
Reed
A
Reed
A
Litchfield
A J
Long
D
Rumbold
J
Bullen
D
Bullen B Bullen
B
1901: Johnson
M
Cooper
C
? Reed
A
? ? Long
D
Rumbold
J
Bullen
D
Robins
C
Robins
C

[Note] A highlighted background indicates continuity of occupation.

(A) The 1891 census lists two cottages (No 30 and 31) alongside the South Avenue that leads down from Wimpole Hall. 'Wimpole As I Knew It' includes "Tight up against the 'View' lived the Whitby family, pronounced Whidby. Over against them, across the road, lived Whetstone ('Drybrick') the Parish Clerk, a bricklayer." A later map appears to show two buildings alongside each other facing Cambridge Road. So No 31 Cottage listed immediately below is being put down as the second "Avenue" cottage.

No 31 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 36) [1][2]
"The Avenue" or "The View"
John GOATS Head M 43 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Harriet GOATS Wife M 36   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Eliza Ann GOATS Daughter   12 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Lucy Jane GOATS Daughter   9 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ann Elizabeth GOATS Daughter   3   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Martha GOATS Daughter   1   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This cottage believed to be one of two alongside the South Avenue [the "View"] was located on the north side of Cambridge Road, It was demolished around 1988 to make way for the new section of the A603 leading to the new roundabout. A new bungalow was built in approximately the same spot now on the south side of the new Cambridge Road (on the junction) with the modern postal address of 106 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.
[2] In 1933, the one original property left on this site was described in an auction document as "'A Small but Desirable Detached Bungalow Cottage', erected of brick and plaster with thatched roof and with garden on the opposite side of the road, it extends to about 1r 13p. It contains two bedrooms, kitchen and living room. Water from well. Tenant is Mr A F W Gadsby, producing £3 [rent] per annum."

(B) The next building of the period is the first along the old section of Cambridge Road, originally a semi-detached cottage (now extended with modern postal numbers 121 and 123). The 1891 census appears to show that each side of the 'semi' was numbered as two cottages. No 32 and 33 to the left and Nos 34 and 35 to the right. I don't know how the cottages were divided up internally but that takes care (for now) of the next four families:

No 32 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 37) [1]
Arrington Bridge
Charles COOPER Head W 45 Farm Labourer Arrington, Cambridgeshire
Grace COOPER Daughter   16 Housekeeper Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Willie COOPER Son   14 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Charles COOPER Son   12 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Catherine May COOPER Daughter   8 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Eliza COOPER Daughter   6 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Tommy COOPER Son   4   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This semi-detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is =121 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.

No 33 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 38) [1]
Arrington Bridge
David BULLEN Head M 48 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Emma BULLEN Wife M 37   Whaddon, Cambridgeshire
David BULLEN Son   14 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Henry BULLEN Son   12 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
George BULLEN Son   8 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Emma BULLEN Daughter   8 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Susan BULLEN Daughter   4   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This semi-detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is =121 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.

No 34 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 39) [1]
Arrington Bridge
James REED Head M 54 Farm Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ann REED Wife M 53   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Jane REED Daughter U 20 Dressmaker Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
William REED Son   13 Farm Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Sarah REED Daughter   11 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This semi-detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is =123 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.

No 35 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 40) [1]
Arrington Bridge
Thomas GOATS Head M 58 Gardener Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Hannah GOATS Wife M 62   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This semi-detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is =123 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.

(C) If the above assumptions for families and cottages are correct, then the next three entries should be straight forward as all relate to existing buildings. But it doesn't appear to be that simple. I have six cottages/familes and only three cottages to fit them in.

No 36 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 41) [1]
Arrington Bridge
Philip RUMBOLD Head M 38 Fossil Digger Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Martha RUMBOLD Wife M 30 Stukeley, Huntingdonshire
Philip RUMBOLD Son   11 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ellen RUMBOLD Daughter   8 Scholar Wendy, Cambridgeshire
John RUMBOLD Son   5 Scholar Wendy, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth RUMBOLD Daughter   1 Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is 133 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.
[2] This is thought to be the 'chocolate box' thatched cottage set back a little from Cambridge Road.
[3] In 1933, this property was described in an auction document as "'A Most Attractive Detached, Brick, Stone and Thatched Cottage' with gardens extending to about 1r 12p. It contains two bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, scullery and pantry. Water from bore hole on roadsite opposite. Outside barn, wash house with copper. Tenant is Mr A Bird, producing £3 14s 6d [rent] per annum."

No 37 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 42) [1][2][3]
Arrington Bridge
David LONG Head M 26 Fossil Digger Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Fanny LONG Wife M 25 Somersham, Huntingdonshire

[1] This semi-detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is 135 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.
[2] The cottage can be identified in the photograph at the head of this page. It is the large cottage with the tree showing behind. This entry relates to the cottage to the left.
[3] In 1933, this property was described in an auction document as "'The Adjoing Commodious Cottage' erected of brick with thatched roof with rear yard and laundry, with side and away gardens (along and other side of the road] extending in all to about 2r 30p. It is erected of brick with thatched roof and contains two bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen and pantry, and one downstairs bed room. Outside coal shed, wash house and earth closet. Water from bore hole on roadsite opposite. Tenant is Mr F Wilkins, producing £3 10s 0d [rent] per annum."

No 38 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 43) [1][2][3]
Arrington Bridge
Allen CARTER Head M 26 Groom (ND) Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Mary Ann CARTER Wife M 25 Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Hy. Wm. Arthur CARTER Son   2 Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

[1] This semi-detached cottage is located on the old length of Cambridge Road 'bypassed' in 1988 by the new road and roundabout. The modern postal address is 137 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.
[2] The cottage can be identified in the photograph at the head of this page. It is the large cottage with the tree showing behind. This entry relates to the cottage to the right.
[3] In 1933, this property was described in an auction document as "'An Attractive Semi-detached, Cottage' near Wimpole Lodge with away garden [the other side of the road] extending in all to about 30 poles. It is erected of brick with thatched roof and contains two bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen and pantry, and one downstairs bed room. Outside coal shed, wash house and earth closet. Water from bore hole on roadsite opposite. Tenant is Mr R Hurst, producing £3 10s 0d [rent] per annum."

(D) If the above three assumptions for families and cottages are correct (big if), then the following three families still need a home. So for now I will just list them as per the census without a location or annotations.

No 39 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 44)
Arrington Bridge
Elizabeth LONG Head W 68 Former Laundress Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire
George LONG Son M 31 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Emma HURST Grand-daughter M 25 Laundress Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
William HURST Great-grand-son   8 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ada HURST Great-grand-daughter   2 Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

No 40 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 45)
Arrington Bridge
Sam[uel] WHITBY Head M 60 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Lydia WHITBY Wife M 57 Whaddon, Cambridgeshire
Mary Ann WHITBY Daughter U 22 None Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Emily WHITBY Daughter   12 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Harry WHITBY Son   9 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
John WHITBY Brother U 48 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

No 41 Cottage, Cambridge Road (Schedule 46)
Arrington Bridge
Ben BULLEN Head M 43 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Hannah BULLEN Wife M 45 Arrington, Cambridgeshire
Edward BULLEN Son   15 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ada BULLEN Daughter   15 Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Philip BULLEN Son   12 Agricultural Labourer Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Ernest BULLEN Son   8 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Charles BULLEN Son   5 Scholar Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

Agent's House, Cambridge Road, Arrington Bridge (Schedule 47) [1][2][3]
Also known as Wimpole Lodge
George Henry WICKES [4] Head M 62 Land Agent Dover, Kent
Jeannette WICKES [5] Wife M 61   Comberton, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Mary WICKES [6] Daughter U 23   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Mary Ann WICKES [6] Daughter   17   Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Alice ISON Servant   17 General Domestic Servant Bottisham, Cambridgeshire

[1] See the 1922 photograph at the head of this page.
[2] Historically, this house was the accommodation for the Steward to Lord Hardwicke or (later) the Land Agent acting for the Wimpole Estate.
[3] This large house is located on the old length of Cambridge Road that was 'bypassed' in 1988 by a new road and roundabout. At the time of the 1881 census, the house was situated at the junction between two important roman roads - Ermine Street (A1198) and Akeman Street (the A603). The junction was closed to traffic in 1988. The modern postal address is Wimpole Lodge, 141 Cambridge Road, Wimpole.
[4] PR: George Henry Wickes, born Dover 10 March 1819, married Jeanette Whittet at Comberton 12 March 1845, died Cambridge 12 March 1883 aged 64.
[5] PR: Jeanette Whittet, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth of Comberton [twin to Martha], born 10 February 1821, baptised 19 February 1821 [non-conformist] as Jennet Whittet at Great Eversden, married George Henry Wickes at Comberton 12 March 1845.
[6] PR: [Not present] son George Wickes, born Morebath, Devon 1849, daughter Elizabeth Mary baptised Wimpole 16 November 1856, [Not present] son William Henry baptised Wimpole 25 September 1859, daughter Mary Ann baptised Wimpole 12 August 1863.

The 1881 Census continues at Part Three (Wimpole Estate)

Census Records (Parish of Wimpole):
Census 1881: New Wimpole Out and About Wimpole Estate [1] New Orwell [2]
Census 1891: Wimpole Estate [1] New Wimpole [1] Out and About [1] New Orwell [2]
Census 1901: New Wimpole [1] Out and About [1] Wimpole Estate [1] New Orwell [2]
[1] These pages will be rebuilt after their transfer to the new website. The full Census listings will remain available for reference during the rebuilding.
[2] Following a parish boundary change in April 1999, much of the area of Orwell on the Cambridge Road, previously known as 'New Orwell', is now part of the Parish of Wimpole.
Census Records (Parish of Orwell):
Census 1881: Part One Part Two Part Three New Orwell [2]
Census 1891: Part One Part Two [1] Part Three [1] New Orwell [2]
Census 1901: Part One [1] Part Two [1] Part Three [1] New Orwell [2]
[1] These pages are being rebuilt after their transfer to the new website. The full Census listings remain available for reference during the rebuilding.
[2] Following a parish boundary change in April 1999, much of the area of Orwell on the Cambridge Road, previously known as 'New Orwell', is now part of the Parish of Wimpole.
[3] The 1881 Orwell Census is rebuilt and complete as are all three 'New Orwell' pages.
Census Records (Parish of Arrington):
Census 1881: Part One   Part Two   [Both parts complete]
Census 1891: Part One [1]   Part Two [1]
[1] These pages are being rebuilt after their transfer to the new website. The full Census listings will remain available for reference during the rebuilding.

Boy Pupils, Wimpole Village School, c1900
Samuel Horsfield (right) with Boy Pupils, Wimpole Village School, c1900
[Image kindly donated by Keith Bullen]

Brickmakers, New Wimpole Brickworks, c1905
Brick Makers, New Wimpole Brick Works, c1905
[Image kindly donated by Neal Horsfield]


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