"The Three Gables" in Bradford on Avon, England, UK

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Building called "The Three Gables" with tearooms in Bradford on Avon. Three separate buildings from about 1740 were later joined into one.

Byggnad kallad "The Three Gables" (De tre gavlarna) med thé-servering i Bradford on Avon. Tre separata hus från omkring 1740 förenades senare i en byggnad.

Location: Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, Great Britain, United Kingdom

Photograph by: Berit Wallenberg
Date: 24.06.1929
Format: Film

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    Michiel2005

    • 05/Dec/2012 11:47:21

    Called "The Three Gables" on St. Margaret's Street in Bradford upon Avon. Present-day view from Google Streetview An article about the building: www.wiltshiretimes.co.uk/news/4711617.Bistro_plan_for_Bra...

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    Swedish National Heritage Board

    • 05/Dec/2012 14:27:21

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/govert1970 Michiel, once again you have helped us, that's so great! The article you linked to (from Wiltshire Times) tells that the building is a former tearoom, and indeed the sign on the building in the photo above says: "Dainty Teas at The Three Gables". Today, it seems to be a restaurant. Now we now a lot more about the building, thanks to you. Still, it would be nice to know about its age. /Anna B.

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    richwall100 - Thank you for Four Million views

    • 05/Dec/2012 19:01:23

    These buildings were originally three sparate houses, being built in approx.1740 Later interconnected to form one larger property. The building is now Grade 2 listed by English Heritage. It is now a Restaurant .

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    Swedish National Heritage Board

    • 06/Dec/2012 09:00:51

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/richwall100] Thank you for giving us the age of the building! Also very interesting to know that three buildings were joined into one, which explains the structure with the three gables. More about listed historical buildings at the English Heritage web site. /Anna B.

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    Eudaemonius

    • 11/Feb/2013 07:40:16

    Amazing photo record. I love your collection so much! Here is the currant version. maps.google.com/maps?q=The+Three+Gables+in+Bradford+on+Av...

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    Swedish National Heritage Board

    • 11/Feb/2013 13:42:30

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] We're very pleased and proud to hear that you like our collection! Thank you for viewing and commenting. :) /Anna B.