The Lost Architectural Landscapes of Warwickshire: The south
This is a study of changes to the buildings in the landscape over the 20th century. It covers the district of Stratford-on-Avon, which accounts for over a hundred parishes and extends to half of Warwickshire.
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19th century brick 19th century cottages Alcester altered application to convert application to demolish architectural Ardens Grafton Atherstone-on-Stour attic Avon Dassett Banbury Road barn conversion block Bridge built bungalow chancel chimneys closed Compton corner County demolished and replaced demolition derelict door dwelling early 19th century east entrance Ettington facade farm buildings farmhouse fire former framing front gabled garage garden gone ground floor Hampton Lucy Haselor High Street Hill Kineton LANE Lighthorne listed building look Manor House Mill nice outbuildings pair parish park perhaps photographs planning pleasant poor condition porch PRIMITIVE METHODIST PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL private house rear rebuilt remains restored road Rural District Council School Shipston Shipston-on-Stour Shotteswell side single storey Southam Southam Rural District stables station stone cottages stonework stood Stratford-upon-Avon terrace thatched cottages three bay timber timber-framed tower two-storeyed wall Warwickshire Wellesbourne Whatcote wing