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Pedestrian priority restored, and Chesters High Cross (dating from the 14th century) reinstated. Image source Donald Insall Associates. From the Institute of Historic Building Conservation's Context 148, March 2017. http://ihbconline.co.uk/cont_arch/?p=668
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