Cirencester is well known for its houses of honey-coloured Cotswold stone. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century rebuilding replaced many of the earlier half-timbered shops and houses. This run of buildings in Black Jack Street, leading to the west door of the parish church, was demolished in 1868.
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