Turnpike Cottages
Turnpike Cottages 3&4
Turnpike Cottages 3&4 photographed in October 2009. Once more we don’t have any old photographs to compare, and, unlike Nos 1&2, any school project about its history. The statue of the saint in this case is “St Joseph” and was most likely given to the tenants at the same time as the saint on Nos 1&2 in 1892.

The Cottages were Grade 2 listed in 1985.
English Heritage gives the following information:-
Turnpike Cottages, Nos.3 and 4. GV II Pair of houses. Late C18, with late C19 extensions. Brick and tile. Symmetrical front (south-east) of 2 storeys, 2 windows. Plain roof, brick dentil eaves. Red brick walls in Flemish bond, 1st floor bond, rubbed flat arches to the ground floor, plinth. Casements. 2 plain boarded doors. Above, in the centre, is an oriel containing a statue of a saint (c1900).
Information from English Heritage, Images of England