The lock-up is on the village green at Murrow Bank, PE13 4JG.
It dates to 1816. Grade 11 listed.
This large single storey building was built as a lock-up of red brick with grey tiled triangular roof and shallow parapet gables. There are three recessed brick filled arches on one side. It has the name PARSON DROVE in large letters above the doors. The large white double doors were inserted to accommodate the village fire engine in later years. There is a date stone above. The wooden clock tower and clock with weather vane were added to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1899. SIXTY YEARS and VR replace numbers on the clock dial.
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Photo taken in Parson Drove, Cambridgeshire, UK
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