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Timber framed buildings in St Nicholas Street in Ipswich town centre.

A plaque on the building on the corner explains that it is thought to be an original building that was standing when Thomas Cardinal Wolsey grew up in a house on the other side of the road.


Keywords: Ipswich, Timber frame


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