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former Norwich High School for Boys, Upper Giles Street, Norwich

Plaques on Upper St Giles Street in Norwich. Taken after we crossed the foot bridge over Grapes Hill.


This building was the Norwich High School for Boys where Sir John Mills attended.


I think that this is at 92 and 94 Upper St Giles Street. Although I only took no 94. With 92 being on the left (the extention).


It is Grade II listed.


Former house now office and flats with office extension (No. 92).

C18 with C19 extensions. Red brick. Slate and plain-tile roofs.

No. 94:- 3 storeys. 5 bays. Central door with Ionic half-columns and pilasters

and pediment. 4 steps up. Sash windows throughout with glazing bars and

rubbed brick flat arches. First floor windows with recessed aprons. Heavy

stringcourse between ground and first floor. Parapet and modillion cornice.

No. 92: 2 storeys. 3 bays. Central sash window at ground floor with semi-

circular arch and top sash with curvilinear glazing bars. Outer sash

windows with glazing bars and side lights. First floor sash windows with

glazing bars and rubbed brick flat arches. Paired modillion cornice.

Hipped roof.


92 and 94 Upper St Giles Street, Norwich - Heritage Gateway


I only took this shot as a companion to the blue plaque and road sign. The sun was behind so got sun flare.

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Taken on April 20, 2010