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Description: Letter Box and Wall, Immediately East of the Warren
Date Listed: 15 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 261810
OS Grid Reference: ST7149421158
OS Grid Coordinates: 371494, 121158
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9891, -2.4075
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ST72SW HENSTRIDGE CP CHAPEL LANE (South side)
Letter box and wall, immediately
East of The Warren
Post office wall letter box. 1857-59. Cast iron, by Smith and Hawkes of Birmingham. Size 240mm wide x 740mm deep, 3
panel front with hinged internal flap to letter aperture. Wall in rubble, about 1.7 metre high and 2 metres long, lime
rendered. The first pattern wall letter box used by the Post Office, of which only 6 are known to be still in use,
(Information from Letter Box Study Group).
Listing NGR: ST7149421158
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Source: English Heritage
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