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Barrow upon Soar Conservation Area Click mouse for next slide
Map of 1903
Map of 2007 The Conservation Area
Church and Almshouses
Canal and Railway
Barrow upon Soar – sitting above the river
A sense of history
Up Bridge Street
Curving streets = changing views
The change from High St to North St marked by the wall of the Old Vicarage (and the chestnut tree)
The Gateway at the Hammer and Pincers
Two storey residential houses The ridge parallel to the street With exceptions of course
Changing gradient = Changing view
The view down Melton Road Terminated by a little cottage
Views of the church tower
The Roundhouse and Bishop Beveridge House
No 2 High Street - overlooking the railway
A Wealth of Traditional Shopfronts
Red brick, Welsh slate, Yorkshire sash windows
Painted brick, sash windows, Swithland slate
Granite from across the river
Traditional Doors and Windows
Cast iron street name plates
Open Green Spaces
Facilities for the Canal
The principal faces front the Canal
A superb resource for wildlife and biodiversity
For more about Barrow upon Soar Conservation Area download the Appraisal – either the text or the illustrated version.
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