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The bomb-damaged Norman House, Preston Street, Exeter, Devon

Margaret Tomlinson, National Buildings Record1942-07

Historic England

Historic England
London, United Kingdom

The Norman House in Exeter was so-called because of Norman features that were included in this 15th century house. These may have been reused salvage of other, older buildings. In the 1920s, the local authority restored the building but it was severely damaged by a bomb during the air raid of 4 May 1942. The remains were later demolished.

Historic England Archive BB42/01169

Details

  • Title: The bomb-damaged Norman House, Preston Street, Exeter, Devon
  • Creator: Margaret Tomlinson, National Buildings Record
  • Date Created: 1942-07
  • Rights: Copyright Historic England Archive
  • Medium: Glass plate negative

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