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The bomb-damaged east wing of the Dolphin Inn, Heigham Street, Norwich, Norfolk

George Bernard Mason, National Buildings Record1942-05

Historic England

Historic England
London, United Kingdom

Formerly Bishop Hall's Palace, the Dolphin Inn was built in around 1587 and possibly incorporates earlier features. The building was severely damaged during the 'Baedeker' raids on Norwich in spring 1942. Despite the destruction of features, including a 17th century plaster ceiling, the building was secured and restored.

Historic England Archive AA42/03741

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  • Title: The bomb-damaged east wing of the Dolphin Inn, Heigham Street, Norwich, Norfolk
  • Creator: George Bernard Mason, National Buildings Record
  • Date Created: 1942-05
  • Rights: Copyright Historic England Archive
  • Medium: Glass plate negative

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