There are quaint rows of houses in Pickwick on either side of the road. They are early to mid-18th century, and most are built of rubble stone. They developed over time into a row of individual shapes and sizes. Amongst the features, their mullion windows and beautiful door surrounds mean many are Grade II listed, the first in 1960.
The story goes that the area's first postmaster had been fond of the works of Charles Dickens and had named his post office Pickwick in honour of the author's novel, “The Pickwick Papers.”
Although The Two Pigs Pub has closed, this lovely terrace still architecturally stands out from the crowd.
The Two Pigs in Pickwick, Corsham
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