Charles Fowler’s view of the Lower Market

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Charles Fowler’s view of the Lower Market

The Lower Market was laid out behind Fore Street and South Street, roughly in the area of the modern Corn Exchange. The view shows the intended design of the market of the mid 1830s. It was built at the expense of the City Chamber and was intended principally for the sale of meat and corn.

Acknowledgments: RAM Museum