One can see immediately that this is an older part of the village, quite picturesque apart from the telegraph pole.
The black & white half-timbered building at the end of the road is the Red Lion, the other of Northop's current pubs. One account suggests that it was never a coaching inn, though it did have a coach house, so I'm slightly confused.
The stone cottage in the next photo is on the corner, between the pub and the more obviously brick-built half-timbered building, which was built in 1877 (on the site of a pub, 'The Bull') as a police house and magistrate's court.
The stone churchyard wall is on the right; the brick wall on the left curves into the vicarage's gateway.
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