Tinman's Row, Cobham, Surrey
This row of 8 ironworkers' cottages were built in c1803. They were built for Alexander Raby of Cobham Park. He was the owner of Downside Mill. The original plan of No's 1-7 was a living room and scullery on the ground floor, and a bedroom and landing above. Downside Mill may have produced tin plate, hence the name of this row which was originally called 'Tin Row'.