Map D: The Ironbridge Gorge

Darby Houses & Tea Kettle Row

Summary

 

 

Tea Kettle Row

Tea Kettle Row

Dale House, Rosehill House and the Chestnuts are impressive 18th and 19th century houses built to accommodate successive generations of the Darby family.

 

Tea Kettle Row, which consists of 6 terrace cottages, was built in 1745 for the workers employed by the Darbys in their Ironworks.

 

 

 

 

 

Tea Kettle Row

Tea Kettle Row

 


 

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plz could you help me did the workers have to pay to live in tea kettle row pls m8?
Submitted by tom howellz chesterton on 01 December 2009 14:40

 

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