Plate 160: Doors

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.

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Doors.

Godmanchester. (13) Porch Farm, London Road. Porch and door, c. 1600.

Ramsey. (3) Ramsey Abbey. Oak door preserved in basement, late 16th-century.

Buckden. (8) House, N. side of Mill Street, 570 yds. E. of Church. In S. front, early 17th-century.

Warboys. (3) The Rectory. Hood and door in E. front, early 18th-century, re-set.

Buckden. (5) Manor House. In N. front, early 17th-century.

Godmanchester. (6) Tudor House, Ermine Street, In W. front, dated 1603.