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WORKERS COTTAGE

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An industrial worker's house which has been purpose built by an employer, as opposed to the workshop houses used by artisans.

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Term Note
BOTHY A small building used as temporary lodgings or shelter for farm labourers, shepherds, walkers or mountaineers. Often in an isolated location.
MANAGERS HOUSE A purpose-built dwelling for the manager of a factory, works, textile mill, etc, often found within the complex itself.
WORKERS ROW A row of terraced dwellings purpose built by an employer to house industrial workers.

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