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Tin Top Cottage Uckfield - Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations
December 21, 2014 at 8:35 pm by v
This Grade II tin top cottage in Uckfield is actually two cottages and my guess is that the tin top one was built early 1850s and the other one built early in the early 1900s. Cannot find any information on them but seeing that they are only about a mile from another cottage in the same area. (See Here) I can assume it has been bought by the same person or company as that other cottage, to simply rot away beyond repair. Totally stripped out now and access was doddle and had fun explaining to my Grandson what a twin tub washing machine was!
The following photo is well spooky in my mind, Why is that door to the bedrooms bolt enabled from the outside?
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