Terraced Houses at Sunderland Point

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Terraced Houses at Sunderland Point
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Sunderland Point is a small village on a peninsula at the mouth of the Rive Lune. It was developed as the port for Lancaster at the beginning of the 18th Century by Robert Lawson a Quaker, ships would unload their cargoes of cotton and slaves here instead of waiting for the tide to take them into Lancaster. The importance on Sunderland as a port declined when Glasson Dock across the Ruiver Lune was opened in 1787. These are two of the house along First Terrace
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