As is carved over the door (beneath the nearer flagpole), the four-gabled building was the Rifle Volunteer Drill Hall, headquarters of a local volunteer militia. At the time it was built in the 19th Century, the nearer side of the street was occupied by Phoenix Foundry, producer of railway ironwork and presumably the militia's membership.
The Gillow building is visible over the rooftops.
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