Southam. Mediaeval building

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Date:1992

Description:Ruin of a possible mediaeval building. Built of local limestone with dressed stone mullioned windows. 1992


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1900s
Southam.  Catholic Church, interior
Southam. Catholic Church, interior

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1930s
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Southam. Market Hill, King Charles House

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1950s
Southam.  Market Hill
Southam. Market Hill

Manor House where Charles I reputedly stayed, corner of Daventry Street and Market ...

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Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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