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1898 – Cottages, Port Sunlight, Cheshire

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Architect: Ernest Newton

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“These cottages form part of Messrs. Lever’s “model” village at Port Sunlight. They are built near Bebington Station, and were erected by Messrs. Beckett. The architect is Mr. Ernest Newton.” From The Building News, December 30 1898.

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