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93. As the road disappears round to the right, it changes from Bredfield Street to North Hill.
94. On the left two-and-a-half Regency cottages (about 1815), now just two and then three Victorian cottages (about 1850). Dentillation under the eaves, window frame position, brickwork in the lintels and door arches, and the roof tiles are all clues to the difference in age of the two groups.
95. Looking approximately south, starting with the pink-washed Tudor building that was formerly the Plough and Sail public house, then the Old Bakery, and the Victorian cottages. Apparently the road was raised at some time to reduce flooding, leaving the pink building "down a hole."
96. Looking approximately south, a wider shot of a similar view to no.95.
96. Looking approximately south, starting with the Old Bakery, then several Victorian cottages that were originally separate, then the first three were joined together to make one, and later separated to make three again, extended rearwards and modernised.
97. A mixture of Tudor, Regency, and Victorian cottages line much of the east side of Bredfield Street. This photograph is taken looking approximately north.
98. Felbridge Court. Housing with support, managed by Hanover Housing Association.
99. Previously the Waggon & Horses public house, now a private residence named Bridewell House, at the start of Bredfield Street, after coming down Angel Lane (on foot; it's now one-way, "up" for vehicles), or Chapel Street.