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Former Corn Exchange, Broad Street, Stamford

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Reference Name MLI98039

Name:
Former Corn Exchange, Broad Street, Stamford

Summary:
Former Corn Exchange, Broad Street, Stamford

Location:
STAMFORD, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 39120
The Corn Exchange was built in 1859, presumably replacing the earlier Corn Market in front of Brown's Hospital which was demolished in 1862, and is by Edward Browning. It was originally in a Tudor Gothic style and had a large first floor window in a shallow projecting central bay. It was altered in 1925 after a fire. {1}
This building is now used as a theatre. {2}

Sources:
1 Bibliographic reference: Pevsner, N. and Harris, J., with Antram, N.. 1989. Buildings of England (Second Edition). Lincolnshire. p 703
2 Internet Web Site: 2006-2015. Google Maps and Street View. www.google.co.uk/maps. -

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