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A charming terrace combining rubble stone and cut stone architecture in Pickwick which gave its name to Moses Pickwick an abandoned baby. While staying nearby Charles Dickens saw this name on a carrier's cart and he used it for his Pickwick Papers.
The terrace sits on a thoroughfare which was formerly the main turnpike road from London to Bristol and at its heart is the 18th century The Two Pigs public house and a Grade II listed building
Size: Picture sizes 11x55cm and 17x88cm