Caption for Langport, Bow Street C1955:
From North Curry, we skirt the south edge of West Sedge Moor to the town of Langport on the east bank of the River
Parrett. Once a significant inland port, it has some fine houses and a Guildhall of 1733. Uphill, the town's east gate
survives, with a chapel over it. This view looks out of the market place into Bow Street, which leads down to the river.
Head's cycle shop on the right has now moved into the confectioners on the corner, and is an electrical shop.
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