8-9 Abbey Place, Thorney, Peterborough

8-9 Abbey Place, Thorney, Peterborough
Photograph taken 15 June 2002 © Mr R. Keith Drewery . Source Historic England Archive ref: 50363

This cottage and post office were built in c1860-70. They are built in an ornate Gothic-Jacobean style of architecture. They were built by S.S. Toulon for the 9th Duke of Bedford who owned the estate that included the village of Thorney.

Location

Peterborough Thorney

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Tags

post office cottage estate planned housing architecture gothic Victorian (1837 - 1901)