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Sansome House, Worcester

Sansome House was an 18th-century house with a small private garden and extensive grounds which were used as a public open space during the 18th century. The site was largely destroyed by the railway embankment in the mid-19th century. The name of Sansome Walk recalls the earlier function.
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