Nos 41 & 43 grade II

Late Georgian, 2 storeys, stuccoed, gentile roof with a crow-stepped gable to No 41. 19th century shop

fronts. 6 later sash windows above.


Additional Information

Both properties have basements which show signs of an earlier structure, No 41 has what appears to be a mooring ring.


Further investigation is necessary.


No 41

2010                         Bar/Restaurant The Liquid Lounge

2000-2007              Bookshop Bridge Street Book Shop D &                                   C Shaw

1952,38,35,29,25 Fishing Tackle Dealers J. McAdam & Son

                                  Plumbers & Heating engineers Nos.41-45

1935,29,25             Insurance Miss J McAdam

1911,10                    Plumbers Grant Evans and at Sally Port

1906                         Clothier/Boot dealer Michael Raine

1902                         Cabinet Maker & upholsterer Adam Dickson & Son

1891 and census    Clothier Thomas McDermott

1887,81,79,73 Plumber & Gas Fitter John Wilson


No 43

2010                          Boutique Hotel 1 Sally Port

                                  Liz Middlemass

2000                         Antiques & Decorators T Bennet

1938                         Confectioner Miss Jean Dudgeon

1929,25                    Musical Instr. Dealer Fred Stott

1910,11                    Chemist John Elliot

1902                         Clothiers J Hepworth & Son Ltd

1902                         Chemist Robert Robertson

1897                         Clothiers J Hepworth & Son Ltd

1891 and census    Musical Inst. Traveller George Temple

1887                         Pianoforte & Music warehouse James                                   Brunskill

1881.1879              Tailor and Clothier William Clark

Chimney piece from Haggerston Castle resited in The Liquid Lounge No 1 Sallyport

Nos 42 & 44 and 1 Sallyport are now combined to form a Boutique Hotel and Piano Bar