Map B: Lightmoor & Dawley

Foster's Row & Britannia Inn

Summary

 

 

Foster's Row

Foster's Row - Aqueduct

Built in the 1840s for the employees of James Foster, Fosters Row, as it was appropriately called, consisted of 7 blocks of 4 houses each.

 

These were built along the side of the turnpike road from Wellington to Bridgnorth.

 

Most of the occupants would have been employed in the works at Madeley and Aqueduct.

 

 

 

 

Chartermaster’s House - Aqueduct

Chartermaster's House - Aqueduct

The Britannia Inn was originally built as a home for one of the managers of James Foster's Ironworks.

 

Nearby is a second Chartermaster's House.

 


 

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