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Little Street
Little Street is a short street with only a few buildings.
It is one of the oldest streets in Rushden.

The Old Baptist "Top Meeting" Church
In the background the Assemly Room in Park Road

The Church of England Old Rectory in Little Street with
a Memorial Garden to Fred Knight in the foreground.

South Terrace 1956
The brown gateway at the junction of High Street South and Little Street
was formerly the access to South Terrace.
Cottages of South Terrace on the right and outbuildings - probably shoeworkers workshops/scullery - on the left c1950s

At the Council meeting reported in the newspaper on 14th September 1956:-
"It was decided to schedule Nos. 1 to 21 South Terrace as a clearance area."

see also 1910 valuation

Cottage accessed from Little Street - this view will soon be hidden again as a new building is to be erected here in Harborough Road

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