This historic terrace in Corsham has a fascinating array of building types. Numbers 94 to 112 are known as the "Flemish Weavers Houses", derived from a number of Dutch workers who arrived in the 17th century. These rubble stone dwellings with stone tiled roofs, some lime washed, are still in their original state and were built for spinning wool and weaving it into cloth. The Post Office adds another traditional asset to this panorama. These ancient relics, standing for centuries ensure the town is an historical exhibit in itself.