Unlocking Stourport's Past

13 Raven Street

13 Raven Street is now a Fish & Chip Shop Property has bricked up windows to make more internal space or to avoid window tax
The 3 storey side elevation of 16 Bridge Street, now a Café (entrance in Bridge Street) and a two storey Fish and Chip Shop the entrance of which is in Raven Street. The two storey building was probably added at a later dateto accommodate extra storage space as there is access right through the two buildings.

Here is an excellent example Of 8 Georgian Windows 3 (16 pane sash) 2(8 pane sash) with 3 blind windows on the end of the wall, either blocked up for tax purposes or for wall space inside the building. There is also evidence of a blocked up doorway in Raven Street.

The two storey No 16 also has its original windows but the doorway has been modernized. This building was butted up to the three storey building whose main entrance is in Bridge Street and known locally as Coggies Caf. (ownership The Coglan Brothers)

This page researched by Margaret Cook
This page last updated 25 January 2007

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