The Great Yarmouth Rows today

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Text © Copyright Evelyn Simak, October 2018
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Rows 46 - 47


Row 46 (Sewell's Row) links the Market Place and Howard Street and with ca 100 metres it is probably the longest, and also the least changed of all the existing rows although a few new builds are now situated at its western end. The row is named after a member of the Sewell family who ran a grocerís store on the corner in the 18th and 19th centuries and today is probably the best example a 19th century row.

TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
This passage leads from within Market Row to Row 46. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
Steps north of Row 46. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
A house within a house on the north side of the row. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
The rear of the Back to Backs public house. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
Approaching the entrance to the Back to Backs public house looking west. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
Back to Backs pub sign. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
Approaching the eastern (Market Square) end of the row. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
The eastern end and the exit to Market Square. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
Approaching Market Square. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 46 (Sewell's Row) by Evelyn Simak
Approaching the western end of the row. LinkExternal link
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Row 47 (Page the Pipe Makers Row) ran from Howard Street to George Street and one of its names derives from Thomas Page, a pipe maker whose workshop was situated in this row. At various times the row was also known as White Swan Row, Golden Ball Row (named after the White Swan public house at 69 George Street which later changed its name to Golden Ball), and Pipemaker's Row). The entrance passage at its western end is still in place.

TG5207 : 58 North Quay - the St Johns Head public house by Evelyn Simak
This early 18th century building is Grade 2 listed. The passage between it and the adjacent building, which is White Friars House, is the entrance to Row 47 (Page the Pipemaker's Row). LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 47 (Page the Pipemaker's Row) by Evelyn Simak
View west towards the rear of the St Johns Head ale house. LinkExternal link
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TG5207 : Great Yarmouth's Rows - Row 47 (Page the Pipemaker's Row) by Evelyn Simak
The last house in this row as seen from St Francis Way. LinkExternal link
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