List number: 1207071
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4070357213

Trafalgar Square, Sunderland


Former merchant seamen's almshouses in Hendon, Sunderland - 14 almshouses, built in 1840 by William Drysdale for the Trustees of the Muster Roll to house aged merchant seamen and their wives and widows.[1] The almshouses are Grade II listed.

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Trafalgar Square Merchant Seamen's Almshouses

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Trafalgar Square, Sunderland

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Trafalgar Square Merchant Seamen's Almshouses

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Trafalgar Square Merchant Seamens Almshouses

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Trafalgar Square, Sunderland

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TRAFALGAR SQUARE MERCHANT SEAMEN'S ALMSHOUSES - Sunderland - List Entry
- "14 almshouses. 1840. By William Drysdale for the Trustees of the Muster Roll to house aged merchant seamen and their wives and widows. Garden wall bond brick (5 and 1 ...

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