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Date Listed: 12 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 193883
OS Grid Reference: TF0310507244
OS Grid Coordinates: 503105, 307244
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6531, -0.4773
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1. BROAD STREET
5314 32A (situated behind
TF 0206 1/69A
Silk throwsting house. Early C19 (recorded 1816) altered in late C19. Red brick, stone
dressings, hipped slate roof. Long range of 2 storeys on semi-basement. Windows and
doorways in semi-basement have stone jambs and segmental heads with keystones. Each
floor above has four tall five-or six-light fixed or casement windows in east wall.
At North end ground floor wagon door and loading door above with stone jambs. West
wall is blank. A malting kiln has been added at south end with perforated tile floor
and conical plaster ceiling. Internally, floor cross beams are supported by rows of
circular cast iron columns. Plaster floors over wood joists. Of special historic
interest as evidence of the silk throwsting industry in Stamford. RCHM: Stamford.
monument no 143, Drakard: History of Stamford, 1822.
Listing NGR: TF0309407272
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Source: English Heritage
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