The worker’s house is also thought to date back to the 16th century in its essentials. It is incorporated into the row of neighbouring residences set along the street leading through the Works. While the overall appearance of the building envelope may match the original, rebuilding works have altered the character of the building dramatically. These include changes to the layout, size and style of the windows, a new annex with pent roof on the back of the building, the large gable roof covered with roofing felt, and, last but not least, the colour of the building.

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