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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Numbers 3 and 4, and numbers 7 to 31 with gallery, bridge and staircase turret. Terrace of workers cottages built in the early 19th century.

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A terrace of Strutt housing which was built in the late 18th century (by 1792) on a sloping site between Chevin Road and Derby Road. An early example of sloping roof construction, the houses are three storeys high and are constructed from coursed stone with slate roofs. Each house has a si...

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Row of stone through terraced houses built as part of the West Hill Park Estate by the Crossley family in 1863-8. The 21 houses face east and are built of coursed, squared stone with thin slate roofs. The sash windows have plain stone cills and lintels. The end houses and every fifth house...

232-246 MODEL VILLAGE

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Terrace of eight colliery workers houses. Of two-storeys and built of brick. Apart from the number of houses, this terrace matches nos 128-134.

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Terraced houses built as part of the West Hill Park Estate by the Crossley family in 1863-8. The houses in Hanson Street are superior to those in the streets to the south. The front rooms had a triple window, now replaced by shop windows though it is possible that these may always have bee...

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Terrace of miners houses for Hawkes Well Pit, probably dating from the mid 19th century. Built of stone with slate roofs.

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The houses on Short Row, erected between 1788 and the early 1790s, are one of the first groups of houses to be constructed by the Strutts in Belper. The terrace comprises cottages stepped up the hillside in pairs and are constructed from red brick with slate roofs.

BUTE, ROTHESAY, 6 COLUMSHILL PLACE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Multiple instances of: TERRACED HOUSEMultiple instances of: FLATMultiple instances of: WORKERS COTTAGE

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Terrace of cole mine workers houses, probably built in the 19th century. Stone built with brick stacks and modern tile roof.

184-198 MODEL VILLAGE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Terrace of eight colliery workers houses of two-storeys and built of brick. Apart from the form of the gables this terrace matches nos 144-158.