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1900s Barstable Cottage


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In 1953, this building, known as Barstable Cottage, stood where Basildon Town Centre is now. It was also known as Hotwater Hall, as it stood at the end of Hotwater Lane. The glass escalator of Northgate House occupies this spot now.

Describe what the area is like now.

How quickly do we forget when the landscape changes? Can we use memory to keep in our minds the way a landscape used to be?

29th Sep 2008

Geography, History

Key Stages:
Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

Basildon, local history

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