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© Mr Simon Peachey

IoE Number: 284733
Location: THE OLD BELL AND STEELYARD INN, NEW STREET
  WOODBRIDGE, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK
Photographer: Mr Simon Peachey
Date Photographed: 20 August 2002
Date listed: 25 January 1951
Date of last amendment: 08 September 1972
Grade I

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1.NEW STREET1852Bell InnTM 2749 2/15225.1.51

1. NEW STREET 1852 Bell Inn TM 2749 2/152 25.1.51 I 2. New Street was constructed in 1550 and this is the probable date of the Bell 2 storey, timber framed, plascered. Tiles. Half timber over- hanging lst floor, brick plinth. Two, 4-centred arched timbers, indicating former entrances. Carved brakcets to overhang "embattled" carved bressumer. 3 windows C18 casements, modern glazing. Modern door with architrave. The timber framed steelyard overhanging the road still exists, but does not appear to be integrally convected with the original building, through probably early C17. It is credited with being one of 2 still in Situ, and was operated in the lifetime of a living (in 1947) inhabitant of woodbridge. NMR photos. Bell Inn shall be amended to read : The Old Bell and Steelyard Inn. ------------------------------------ 1. NEW STREET 1852 Bell Inn TM 2749 2/152 25.1.51 I 2. New Street was constructed in 1550 and this is the probable date of the Bell. 2 storey, timber framed, plastered. Tiles. Half timber over- hanging lst floor, brick plinth. Two 4-centred arched timbers indicating former. entrances. Carved brackets to overhang "embattled" carved bressumer 3 windows C18 casements, modern glazing. Modern door with architrave, the timber framed steelyard overhanging the road still exists, but does not appear to be integrally connected with the original building, though probably early C17. It is credited with being one of 2 still in situ, and was operated in the lifetime of a living (in 1947) inhabittant of woodbridge. NMR photos.

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